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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.

Andy

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

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

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

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Nathan

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

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

 

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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).

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The Phunderwoods

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

 

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