10/23/2021 0 Comments
it is never over.
Two years ago... this week, life changed for me forever.
You may think I am back to normal-ish looking from the outside. I'm not.
Unless you have "done cancer*, it is never over. Sure, the hair is back, no ill feelings with current treatment drug, and of course still alive.
But I have:
It makes me cry "pissed off tears' thinking about how much this diagnosis changed life . . . and I am one of those that caught it fairly early yet it took the whole 9 yards - surgery, chemo and radiation.
So please, as we near the end of Breast Cancer Awareness month, get to know your boobs. If it has been awhile, call your doctor and have them check your boobs or schedule a mammogram if necessary.
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I am just a 40 something married lady with kids who likes to ride gravel when life lets me. Just so happens I was called into the Cancer Club on October 31, 2019. Fought my fight with surgery, chemo, radiation, friends, family and lots of dark humor. I find sharing my experience helps me. Maybe it can help you.