Breast Cancer

Thankful for November

by Angela on November 14, 2017

I love reading everyone’s daily status updates on things they are thankful for during the month of November. But I’m going to let you in on a little secret.  The thing I am most thankful for once November comes around is that October is over! I know, I know, it doesn’t make any sense. I […]


Let me take you on a journey

by Angela on October 10, 2012

This is not the fantastic voyage.  This isn’t a journey for the faint of heart.  This isn’t a journey that will take you to majestic views with wind in your hair and sunlight on your face.  I am going to take you on a journey into a breast MRI machine…a contraption that I truly believe […]


Stupid Cancer

by Angela on September 18, 2012

I remember when my college best friend’s dad passed away several years ago, I heard her mom say that she was able to get through it by the grace of God.  That by knowing there was a greater reason things happen, gave her peace.  I truly believe things happen for a reason.  We may not […]

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Support the Pink Ribbon

by Angela on December 1, 2011

The weekend of April 30th I will be walking 39 miles in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.  This may seem like a lot to some.  And that, my friends, is because it is!  But it’s for a cause that is near and dear to my heart.  Today I am praying for yet another woman […]

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by Angela on October 21, 2011

Three years ago, I dreaded this date, October 21st.  It was the official start of my breast cancer treatment, a forever physically, mentally and emotionally changing experience.  It was the day I had a double mastectomy and my breast surgeon removed the deadly cancer that was growing inside my body. Now, three years later, I […]


Pink, Pink Everywhere!

by Angela on October 19, 2011

Unless you are living under a rock, you already know it’s breast cancer awareness month.  Everywhere you turn there is pink merchandise.  Pink socks, pink blenders, pink sweatshirts, pink hats.  Part of me is happy to see all the awareness.  If it helps just one person get diagnosed early enough to save a life, then […]