Wednesday, October 26, 2011

the "10 ~ 4" on just checking!

if you have been following me for


for over a month, you may have noticed my


"just checking, because i LOVE you", pink posts.
today's post is a little bigger, in honor of 
~Breast Cancer Awareness Month~


tomorrow i will be celebrating one year blogging
about dreams and life here on 34th street.


 i am loving my journey and feel blessed to have met
so many wonderful friends along the way.


i remind you to check each month because i am a
breast cancer survivor.


there was no history of this disease in my family.
i implore you to check your family history and follow the guidelines.


i had a baseline mammogram at age 40.



the doctor was watching a
radial scar on the left side for NINE years...
one day in August 2009 she spied a tiny change.

~ glassybaby smooch! here ~


Stage one. 
 two small surgeries to 
assure the margins.
no lymph node involvement.
no chemo.
about 6 weeks radiation.
i still have both girls! 
 they don't even say remission
any more...the say
CURED!


~*~


some people may think

~here~
that this pink stuff is overdone.
but, the awareness has saved lives.
before two years ago, i associated the color pink


with my bubble gum years and Elle Woods !


this is how i view the color PINK and the
beautiful ribbon today.

i will keep collecting the prettiest pink images 
to share once a month!
because i LOVE you all
 and i LOVE my life here on 34th Street.



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7 comments:

  1. Yeah for early detection! How blessed we are that you are CURED!!!!

    Congrats on your bloggy milestone but more important your booby victory. :)

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  2. I too had a run in with breast cancer! Mine was nearly 11 years ago now and pretty much the same thing...had two places on my left breast removed and then 4 radiation treatments! No chemo, no radical treatments or removals. I still have little worrisome places from time to time but mammograms report all is well!
    I am also a firm believer in early detection!
    Love the pink and love your blog! Congratulations on your one year blogiversary!
    Have a great rest of the week!
    hugs from here
    Donna

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  3. Wonderful post! We have to maintain awareness year round. Your story is so inspiring and I am thrilled to know you are cured! Thank you for sharing your story!

    XO,
    Jane

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  4. Cured! Yes, that's what I like to hear! Congratulations!

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  5. Thank you for this wonderful post. I had a biopsy last year-cancer free..but scary. I work in a large hospital and it's "gift" to us is a free mammogram every year. God bless you for doing this post...it if makes even one person more aware of a change and sends her for a mammogram you have more than done your job! xo Diana

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  6. Wonderful post. And congratulations on your cure. It's such an important message especially to those of us with no family history of it either. Xo

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  7. Beautiful and touching post~So glad you are cancer free!! xoxo

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