Tag Archive: Positivity

Jul 23

‘Cause Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright


Well to say it’s been a while since my last update would be an understatement. Sorry to leave everyone hanging but in all reality, I just haven’t had much to say. My last post was at my one-year cancerversary as they call it in Cancerland. Since then I’ve taken myself off all social media because …

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Jan 15

Goodbye 2014, Hello 2015!


Hey Everyone! I’ve been a real slacker on posting lately. I usually don’t make resolutions for the new year as I have never been one to keep any but I’ve decided to make one for 2015. My goal is to keep up-to-date with my blog and continue to share my updates on my health and …

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Nov 27

Happy Thanksgiving!


Hi Everyone, I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted and I apologize for that but I haven’t really had much to update on and I have been having a bit of a personal struggle thinking about things that have changed in my life and things I won’t have in my future as I …

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Oct 29

Weddings, Birthdays, Surprises, Transfusions, and Positive Thoughts

2nd Blood Transfusion

Hi All, Chris and I had a busy, fun filled weekend. It’s amazing what a difference it is when I’m off the chemo. Saturday started with me going with one of my best friends to check out her wedding venue and book it. It was such a fun afternoon and I could not be happier …

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Oct 01

Welcome to Pinktober


Pinktober has arrived and with it we have pink in our face everywhere we look. I love the color pink, don’t get me wrong, but with it in my face constantly, it makes me think about what it all means. When I was first diagnosed with Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer this past May, I …

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Aug 30

Accepting the Things We Cannot Change


When you first hear the words “You have Cancer” so many thoughts go through your head. First you are in complete denial because there is no way this happening to you. My first thought: “I’m only 30 and 30 year olds do not get metastatic breast cancer.” Next you ask how this happened because there …

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