When I was diagnosed with breast cancer on July 30, 2007, my first reaction, after telling my husband Brian the bad news, was needing to tell friends and family.  Over the next week, I told people about the diagnosis both in person and over the phone.  I realized that I would not be able to personally tell everyone who cared how I was doing; about test results; and keep them updated on my surgery, treatment, and recovery.  So I created this blog.

As my journey through the world of breast cancer survivorship progresses, I expect that the blog will evolve.  Into what remains to be seen.


May 7, 2010

The sad thing is? This  blog has not evolved. It’s still about my breast cancer. It’s arguable, though, if it is about the original breast cancer diagnosed way back in 2007. In one sense it still is, because metastasized breast cancer has to come from *somewhere* breast-like. Yet I have changed, and the breast cancer has mutated to a version with different characteristics (I can’t bring myself to refer to it as BC v1.2; maybe 3.0).

So the poor, poor, pitiful blog hasn’t had the opportunity to evolve. I’m still willing to give it a chance, though.


1 Response to “About”

  1. March 9, 2009 at 2:18 pm

    Keep up the good fight.

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