A Little Bit of Normal

First off, massive thanks to all the sistahs out there who commented, shared their stories, and provided excellent advice on my last post about lipotransfer. Once again, I am touched and profoundly grateful for the way that our cyber community steps up to help one another. Without this support, from the beginning of my own […]

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A Heart Full of Rachel

Yesterday, I was truly grateful and privileged to participate in Rachel’s memorial service, and to be surrounded by her friends and family. I was grateful that three other sisters in our blogosphere were able to be there with me — Sarah Horton, of Being Sarah; Gayle Sulik, author of Pink Ribbon Blues; and Stacey, of […]

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Rachel and Susan: Their Words Live On

It was through their words, written on their blogs, that many of us first came to know Rachel Cheetham Moro and Susan Neibur. A lucky few of us got to meet them, along with the other bloggers in the august, feisty group pictured above, at the National Breast Cancer Coalition Conference in April, 2011. It […]

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Exit Strategy

Singular Concerns It’s a lovely, peaceful evening. I’ve just finished a large bowl of homemade, post-Thanksgiving turkey soup. Now I’m sipping a cup of my favorite tea while gnawing on a piece of almond-studded, chocolate buttercrunch, and it’s just shy of nineteen days until Christmas. The radio is playing softly in the background. In such […]

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