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This is about them...#pleaseshare

I have had the honor of befriending some truly interesting people over the years. Even as a horrible curmudgeon, I have had (& do currently have) some excellent friends. 345 more words

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Post-Chemo & Radiation

Post chemo life was pretty wicked in comparison. December was such a great month because of all of the fun new memories I made. I remember feeling so excited when I could finally feel my hair between my fingers – even though looking at the picture now I really didn’t have much there! 1,046 more words


Last Chemo

When October 22nd finally came around I couldn’t believe it. My mom made sure she could come with me for that last day in the hospital as if it had some sort of sentimental value – “I came for the first chemo so I’ll come for the last!” – as we waltzed into the chemo area like pros. 1,061 more words


7 Things You Learn When You Beat Cancer 4 Times

Life lessons from Charlene Morella, Cancer Warrior

ONE:  Carpé Diem,  Seize the Day

It’s a cliché you hear all the time. But when you hear it from a woman who’s beaten cancer four times, it’s not just a cliché. 1,410 more words



1. July, 1997  Enlarged lymph node in my neck removed and found to be Small-cleave cell Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.  Took Prednisone and Leukeran orally (August 20th–December 27th).   675 more words

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Poem: New Life--A Gift (Life after a siege of Lymphoma)

Written in 2002, as I was feeling well after my 1999 onslaught of Lymphoma.  I was able to appreciate being alive to enjoy the change of seasons and the beauty Spring brings…giving glory to God!   162 more words

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Poem: HIS KINGDOM COME--By: Carole Norman Scott

This poem was written after just getting well from my initial experience with Lymphoma which started in July of 1997.  I had taken oral chemotherapy for six months, and was pondering on all the changes in my life at age 58. 116 more words

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