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46. Progress: what is it?

What can I say, doesn’t time fly?  I apologise to any of you who have been wondering what has happened to me in the last 6-8 weeks, but at least now I can report that I am alive and kicking! 484 more words

Cancer Experience

My Survivor is my Angel

This week, our family and close friends attended Seymour Pink‘s 9th Annual Pasta Dinner to celebrate survivors of breast cancer, but to also remember those who lost their lives in the battle. 594 more words

Life, but not as you knew it: Talking sh*t!

“So, you’re fine now, right?”

Ah, the question that often gets asked when you tell people your cancer woes! And the thing is, it’s usually asked with the best of intentions. 1,094 more words


The Signs of my Mom

Yesterday, I visited my mom at her grave. And as I stood on the wet, soppy ground I talked with her. I told her how much I missed her and how each day is a struggle without her. 900 more words

Visits with Mom

Visiting my mom isn’t going to a rehab facility or going to Smilow Cancer Hospital. It’s not going over her house. It’s not taking her to a doctor appointment. 795 more words

Getting by with a little help from our friends...

We often post articles on Twitter and Facebook about what to say to a friend or family member who has cancer, or how you might help them. 1,251 more words


God Gives Us all the Time We Need

Yesterday, we celebrated Easter, but also my Mom’s first birthday in heaven. When we laid mom to rest last week, our priest said, “God gives us all the time we need on Earth, to grant us eternal life. 968 more words