Breast Cancer, Chemotherapy, Coping with Cancer, mastectomy, moms and cancer, Oncotype, Uncategorized

Giving Thanks

It has been two years since my breast cancer diagnosis. I am so thankful for advances in modern medicine that allowed me to forgo the most aggressive treatment option- chemo. I am also thankful for my family.


I am thankful that my loving husband always knows when I need a ‘pick me up’.

…and that without even being asked, he lends a helping hand around the house.


… And I am thankful that Andy always puts food on the table.




I am thankful that I have an adoring son who is always happy to see his mom.


Mom has the “X”. Dad has the arrow pointing to his head, with the check next to him.



Nathan posted this sign on his bedroom door to keep me out.


Henry and Prudence

I am thankful for Henry and Prudence, who never want me climbing into a cold bed (Even if it is 8:00 in the morning).



The Phunderwoods

If you take 2 Phillips + 1 Underwood = The Phunderwoods. For this I am most thankful.



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