A Sobering Look at Metastatic Breast Cancer from Wildfire Magazine

Last week I introduced you to Wildfire Magazine. This week I am directing you to a blog post I read there a while back. I am forever thankful that the lump in my breast was right at my bra line, because I don’t think I would have otherwise found it so early. Though mastectomies and…… Continue reading A Sobering Look at Metastatic Breast Cancer from Wildfire Magazine

Trusting God in the “I Don’t Want To’s”

When I discovered a lump in my breast on January 9, 2016 (there are some dates you don’t forget), I opened a new Word document on my computer and started typing. The title of the doc? When You Think You Might Have Cancer. By the time I stopped adding to that document months later, it…… Continue reading Trusting God in the “I Don’t Want To’s”

How to Encourage Family Members or Friends who have Cancer

  I met author Shirley Corder (virtually, not physically) after my Aunt Connie gave me her book Strength Renewed to read during my breast cancer year. A breast cancer survivor, she graciously provided this post insightful post for us today.  *** When I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer with glandular involvement, I found my family…… Continue reading How to Encourage Family Members or Friends who have Cancer

Breast Reconstruction – Thoughts From Women Who Have Been There (a profile series)

On Tuesdays, starting next week, I will begin featuring profiles of women who have undergone a single or bilateral mastectomy. Most of the women to be featured have been through reconstruction of some sort, and a few have opted to go flat as it’s called in the breast cancer world. There’s no right or wrong…… Continue reading Breast Reconstruction – Thoughts From Women Who Have Been There (a profile series)