‘Twas the night before my mastectomy

my so-called mommy life breast cancer mastectomy

‘Twas the night before my mastectomy and panic set in, I’d have to say goodbye to my breasts the cancer can’t win. What do you say to your two lumps on your chest? I never thought I’d be in this position. No one could have guessed. They have a long history these two friends of [...]

I rang the bell!!!! Chemotherapy is all done

chemo is done breast cancer young mom

I did it!!! Today after my last chemo treatment, I rang the bell! I have been waiting since I started chemo to ring the bell and bid the chemotherapy unit at Princess Margaret adieu! From the beginning I kept my eye on the prize which was ringing the bravery bell to say to the world [...]

I went on my first cancer date

cancerdate

I thought my dating days were over. When I was young, I dated guys trying to find Mr. Right. Then I found him, my soul-mate and those dating days were over. Then after I had Princess Peach, I started “dating” other moms not in a romantic way but in a play-date/friend type of way. It [...]

I sometimes forget I have cancer

Chemo treatment #3

Sometimes I forget I have cancer. It’s weird to write it and say it out loud. But it’s true. Right now my life revolves around my chemo treatments. I’m halfway done which is amazing! 3 chemo treatments down and 3 left to go. After my treatment tomorrow I’ll be 75% done with chemo! I still [...]

A heart full of love

thank you

I have to thank everyone for all the messages, emails, texts, phone calls, snail mail, packages, flowers, food, company and most importantly support that I received since I’ve shared the news about my cancer diagnosis. It has been nothing short of overwhelming and has made me realized how loved I am by so many people. [...]

When life hands you Cancer

young mom breast cancer blogger

  It’s been pretty quiet on my blog this month but it isn’t without good reason. On Friday March 13, 2015, yes Friday the 13th I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Breast Cancer at 33. A mom of two young children. I found a lump and it turned out to be cancer. Ironically, today is [...]