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My Breast Cancer Story: Round and Round We Go

Things have been going well minus all the pain. I finally found a new oncologist and she had me get abdominal, chest and pelvic cat scans, which did not show anything significant. Thanks to God. She also referred me to pain management, which is the best thing anyone has done for me since 2018. I… Continue reading My Breast Cancer Story: Round and Round We Go

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My Breast Cancer Story: Self-esteem

Since my revision, I have felt like an underdeveloped school girl with low self-esteem. I have one breast that is twice the size and 3 inches lower than the other; this may seem like a silly thing, but for me it is unnatural. Low Self-Esteem Before breast cancer, my breasts were naturally almost perfectly symmetrical;… Continue reading My Breast Cancer Story: Self-esteem

Deaf History Month

Celebrating Deaf History Month

March 13th - April 15th is Deaf History Month and there is a lot to celebrate! There is so much that is unknown by the hearing community about the Deaf community. Let's dive in! Are you Deaf or deaf? This seems like a weird question doesn't it? While there are cases where deaf (the lowercase… Continue reading Celebrating Deaf History Month

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Johnny Appleseed Day Art Activity

Most everyone knows of the legend of Johnny Appleseed. For those that don't, he was a folk hero and pioneer apple farmer during the 1800s. The legend is based on the real life work of John Chapman. All he wanted to do was to grow enough apple trees so that no one would ever go… Continue reading Johnny Appleseed Day Art Activity

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My Breast Cancer Story: Diep Flap Revision

October 20, 2020, was the date of my Diep flap revision. This day I had been looking forward to since before the initial reconstruction surgery... and it was a disaster. I am so upset with the results. The doctor's message gave me hope and excitement, only to let me down in a major way. It… Continue reading My Breast Cancer Story: Diep Flap Revision