Monthly Archives: January 2011

Army of Women Calls for Help

There’s been so much talk lately in blogs and on Twitter about support for breast cancer patients, no matter where one might be on their journey.  The consensus is that our online community wins hands down. I love that we have … Continue reading

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Get It Where You Can

About a year ago I was in my breast surgeon’s waiting room… waiting, for a follow up appointment a few months after the mastectomy and noticed a woman holding tight to her mammogram films and a thick folder, as I … Continue reading

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A Big Thank You

Thank you to everyone who took the time to look at the photos I posted here of my mother and a really big thank you for the beautiful comments, both here and those sent to me personally.  It all means … Continue reading

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Remembering

For my mother on her 77th birthday. Born:  January 18, 1934          Died:  March 11, 2000 These photos help erase memories that still linger, erase visions of a life’s end. They bring forward vibrant images of a … Continue reading

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Nature vs Nurture

My son wants to be a guitar player in a “bando.”  He wants to be an Olympic swimmer, or skier.  Either one, or both.  He’s ready for the pro bowling tour and the New York Yankees will be calling any … Continue reading

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On the Box Again

I don’t usually type directly onto the blog.  I usually agonize for days over the littlest word or if my tenses are correct, but there’s no time for that now.  This is just a short visit to spread the message … Continue reading

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A Turning Point Day

I’ve been at a loss lately regarding the blog.  I absolutely love doing it and my intention is to continue, however, for the first time since it began, I’m not sure what to write about.  I’m stumped, out of ideas. … Continue reading

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