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2010:
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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    Bit of a down day

    As you know, CancerByTheDay.com is my personal journey shared with you all.

    From sharing highs to lows, it’s a story to help you feel close to us where ever you are and for all the strangers to gain insights to help them on their journey.

    So in the midst of all the upbeat posts, comes today…..quite an emotional down day for me. No particular reason, it’s sort of a “tears flow” and I just let them go pattern.

    A close friend did give me a heads up in advance, that it often happens usually after weeks meds have set in and weaning down starts to occur.

    In what I know is with great cleansing power, I’ve had more rounds of tears today than any other day. So let’s c’mon April’s showers …bring on a better May! :)

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    The Beauty of Daughters

    Being one of two daughters in our family, I’ve never second guessed the power of sisterhood. 

    Life has brought two daughters to us and they already seem to be best friends …and naturally brewing, wonderfully supportive siblings with rivalry.  It’s a blessing that our girls are 3 and 4 years old as I take on this journey.  In times of the welled up tears, they still just look at me and sing nursery rhymes.  In time they will know went on with mom, for now, they’ll stay at grandma and grandpa’s while we “re-do their bedrooms” and I recover. (They’ll be coming back home to the best girlie decorated penthouses this side of town!)

    Regardless, through good times and bad, I’ve always had my sister by my side.  For my sister, a mother of three sons and one daughter, it gave me the beautiful chance to build relationships with of their babies and special moments along the way, and a subset of that was with the little girl and now a beautiful young lady…inside and out. 

    When Bruce and I found out that I was pregnant, I knew my  neice joined me in wanting more girls in the family.  We were just too outnumbered. I promised her that when we found out the sex of the baby to be, if it was a girl, she’s be the third to know.  And as my luck would have it, our first baby was indeed, a girl.  At 9:20pm, I knew it was a bit late to call to announce the news, but heck, it was special.  I dialed my sister’s home and asked for my niece, who was asleep.  I said I just wanted to share some news and the family knew, “pink” was on the way.

    As daughter #2 came the following year, more “pink” was in our future.  So between our house and their’s, we had tied the score – three boys and three girls.  My neice has just been such an outstanding person, wise beyond her years and just all around such a special person to me.

    It did sadden me to hear that she awoke and heard her mom crying downstairs one night.  It was right after the unfortunate news delivery from me to my sister, her mom, of my breast cancer diagnosis.  She directly asked her mom what was wrong, and rightfully so, my sister shared the news openly with her.  Such a burden of news to share with anyone, but I could only smile at the text message I got from my niece the next day…that she was thinking of me, loved me and sent hugs to Uncle Bruce and the girls.  Amazing strength, but no surprise of this … our first baby girl, now our young woman stood up strong for me.  I love you dearly and look forward to your day of Auntie duty :) .

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    Around the Campfire

    Once a year, a group of us all from grammar school go camping.  Been quite a few years going and there’s just something special about “sitting around the campfire”. We are completely all different, but all bound so closely by our school days and the connections we’ve built over the years.  The nightly campfire makes the world seem to stop, the children usually all asleep and we sit and just exhale.  It’s not uncommon to have some still around it from sunset to sunrise, for deepest secrets to be shared, for good news announcements and as needed, issues worked through as a team.

    Bruce recreated this setting for me for our Saturday night.  Our outdoor fire pit was jammed up with wood and the flames danced non stop.  We held hands and just stared at the fire.  In a wonderful way, there was not an unheard story to tell and so little left to talk about.  It’s been exhausting for us as you can imagine.  But sitting around the fire under the stars together was just beautiful, quiet and a heart touching in it’s simplicity.  I felt and knew that I was starting to wind down.

    ps…to the campers, guess I’ll be one of the stories around the campfire this year…and look forward to getting there to see you all!

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