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I Am And So Are You! Moments of clarity after breast cancer

Growing older after breast cancer is such an amazing gift. I often wonder if everyone begins pondering life’s beauty and mystery with the same intensity as they age. It’s easy to think that, because I’ve dealt with my mortality a … Continue reading

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Warm up with Amoena Scarves and Hats

It’s finally starting to get cold and wintery (sort-of) here in the Atlanta area where Amoena USA’s headquarters is located. Is it cold where you are? “Cold,” in our case, is 30s at night, and I have to say, I’m … Continue reading

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Until We Find a Cure for Breast Cancer… Let Them Eat Sour Grapes

I can’t tell you how many people asked me recently if I’d spent time with the royals. Seriously! Of course, they weren’t serious in their query, because it’s pretty much a certainty I don’t run in that crowd. However, I … Continue reading

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Taking a Swing at Breast Cancer

I stumbled upon a You Tube posting last week that really took me back, or maybe that’s back and forth! A young man by the name of Jeff Waldman is attempting to change the world for the better one swing at a … Continue reading

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Whether We’re In Treatment or Finished with Chemo, We Still Have a Lot on Our Plate!

What is your biggest issue when it comes to trying to stay healthy after a breast cancer diagnosis? For me, it’s finding ways to lose unhealthy weight while making sure I’m choosing healthy foods. I’ve discovered over the past couple … Continue reading

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Life Affirming Life Sentences

Hard to believe it’s been over 15 years since my original breast cancer diagnosis. I distinctly remember thinking it was a death sentence. Over the years I’ve come to realize it’s actually more of a life sentence. And that’s not a … Continue reading

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