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February 25-Mammogram
March 15-MRI
March 19-Core Biopsy
March 23-Cancer Diagnosis
April 14-Double Mastectomy
May 24-Oncologist Meeting
June 7 - Starting Tamoxifen Therapy
August 25 - Reconstruction Surgery
August 27 -Yale Second Opinion
August 31 - "Reconstruction" Complete

It has been confirmed:
No Chemo or Radiation is required

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    Beauty all over in 2010

    School photo day was today…and here’s one proud mom sharing how it all came together. It really is not hard to see the beauty in 2010!

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    We are watching a HOUSE episode on DVD where the patient is a blogger and no one can understand why she shares her personal life with absolute “strangers”. She strongly responds that she does it because people want it and care about what she shares.

    This site was set up for me to share news with the masses and I never knew it would grow to help others. On the internet, “no one needs to be alone” was said and a # of hits shows the need for others to remain connected still…it’s heart warming to say the least.

    If your eyes are on this right now..it means I will keep going. I never knew what meaning “Cancer By The Day” would mean. It doesn’t go away…and me sharing my thoughts here makes life “offline” further from the reality that cancer struck us. So, here I go …rambling on!

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    Quite Happy

    This week has been a bit of a roller coaster with Kristi’s tonsil and adnoid removal.  It’s a completely straight forward procedure and she’s be such a trooper!  I have to admit and as I had expected, it’s been a lovely week of cuddling I tremendously enjoyed…and topped off with rounds of ice cream, not too bad.

    But overall, in the last few weeks, I’ve shifted gears and changed my focus in several areas.  “Being Happy” has been a new top rule and in terms of how to get there, it’s been a combination of slowing life down, eliminating stress, creating/capturing “moments” and creating a schedule where everything fits right in…to get it all done, and more of the right stuff. 

    I’ve always believed that things will fall into place..difference now, I’m not trying to organize 1000 pieces to make it happen.  I’ll map out a more loose plan and be diligent in efforts…but not lose track of what is just “down right unhealthy”. 

    Keeping your immune system in great shape should be everyone’s top priority.  For me, even more so…so here I am, a few weeks of being completely more relaxed and BAM, some incredible stars are aligning right in front of me.  Again, I am forcing myself to not over schedule, intensively plan, stress mapping out 150 next steps…but I’m just going with the flow…

    My motto as it’s been displayed in the kitchen for years in 20 inch letters, “Make Life A Story Worth Telling” — For the first time, I’m not sure where I’ll end up…but I know it will be good!

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    I can take it

    For just about her entire existence, our eldest daughter has struggled with a consistent cough and her body has been unable to fight off even the slightest scratch.

    It’s very tough for me to see scars on her face from old wounds that just seemed to never heal…but we realized after seeing 4 specialists that her tonsils are part of the issue.

    She was scheduled for surgery to remove her tonsils and adnoids in April, but my unforeseen cancer diagnosis had trumped her. Luckily, what I felt was, God’s grace “made her better” for a bit …and bridged the gap.

    But now as I sit, having prepared this “just turned 5″ darling for surgery…I struggle. Tears come in rounds over and over….and have for a couple weeks…

    I fought and will continue to fight my cancer so strong…it’s Me…the tough gal. But anything that touches my loved ones? Its just less easy for me to accept. When I was and am fighting cancer, …it does not go away…but, I’m OK…it’s me, and I can deal….and in turn, I make sure it’s OK for everyone around me.

    But I sit her now knowing I need to be a pillar of strength for someone else’s fight…our daughter. I can smile as she’s “part me” and a rough, tough one…my first born.

    But it’s hard for me to see a loved one in pain…give it to me is what I want…I can take it, but life is not easy at times and tomorrow I am on the side lines.

    Rest assured …we have things covered…Grandma and Grandpa filled the house with Jello and sherbet …and we rented 12 movies for bed rest and family enjoyment for all!

    All in all, after what I’ve gone through…the emergent softer side of “mom” is all on board as top priority! A nice new “Stop the world” for what matters most approach.

    A week on bed rest by our daughter’s side…not terrible :)

    The Gift of Massage

    Months back I had received a lovely spa gift certificate for some much needed pampering and to help nudge along the recovery spririts.  I was honest with the gift giver to say that I so looked forward to the day I could really enjoy it. 

    Really enjoy it? 

    There’s no doubt that I could have used it earlier and completely benefited from the treatments, but in my head, I knew that things were still “settling in” and I wanted to lay on my stomach for a massage…which takes time.   As much as I power through things, I knew I might not be completely comfortable with moving around, or making someone feel like they need to use kid gloves on me.  Well, those days are gone.

    I’m pleased to say just over 6 months from the mastecomy and three months past the last implant replacement, I enjoyed the most lovely massage and spa treatments.  Felt like the best session I’ve ever had, but equally, I think it goes to that old saying, “It’s worth waiting for!”

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