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
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
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
Well, we made it! 2020 is finally in the past and it is the start of a New Year! It goes without saying that 2020 was a rough one for many. So much was lost and it is hard to keep an eye on the horizon and our trust in God when so much goes… Continue reading It’s a New Year, Full of New Possibilities
Christmas gifts are easy, but gifting your children life experiences and the ability to make memories are gifts that will last a lifetime.