It’s a Beautiful Day

This morning it stopped snowing, the sun came out, and I was told I do not have breast cancer!  It is a huge worry lifted away from us.  I want to thank all of you for your kind words.  But PLEASE, woman out there, do your monthly exams and yearly mammograms.  It could save your life, and it may have saved mine.  Now on to tamoxifen!

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19 Responses to It’s a Beautiful Day

  1. Teresa says:

    Congratulations! I’m so glad the sun is shining for you (figuratively and literally).


  2. Nancy K. says:

    What WONDERFUL news!!! I went to the doctor, myself, today and he diagnosed my ongoing dizziness and nausea as vertigo. Hopefully, now that we know the cause, we can treat it and make it go away! I also had a mammogram while I was there… 😉 Quick and easy and back home with my critters!


  3. Jackie Craw says:

    AWESOME news, just awesome! I’m very glad for you. That’s one less thing now. And I’m glad the sun is out. Wish I could say the same for here.


  4. Michelle says:

    It means a lot to be able to share in your worries AND your joys! Hurray!


  5. Karen Anne says:

    Great! Must feel like a huge weight off your mind.


  6. Autumn says:

    I just found your blog! It is very cool. I wish you congats over not having breast cancer!!!!


  7. Jody says:

    Good news Donna. In 2009 I had a scare too but thank heavens it turned out to be ok. I am so very happy for you :-)!!


  8. Laura says:

    Woot!! That’s wonderful news. You’ve been doubly blessed – a good diagnosis, and SUN!! I’ve forgotten what it looks like…


  9. Denise says:

    So glad to hear the good news! What a relief, eh?


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