Tag: breast cancer

Part 2: The Boys Know Mom has Breast Cancer: We are Dahl Strong

Part 2: The Boys Know Mom has Breast Cancer: We are Dahl Strong
So, where was I? (and apologies for the hiccup in the story. I just didn’t feel comfortable claiming that much reading time.) On we go… After I hit SEND I waited for the boys to make their rally calls to cheer me. Another detour:  a brief thumbnail of My Three Sons. Firstborn, Pat, has always... Read more »

Healing Season

Healing Season
Last Sunday I pulled on my bathing suit and headed outside to the pool. This is an anomaly. I rarely inflict the Ruins upon an unsuspecting world. I typically enter September rueing the evaporation of Summer, and the approach of shorter, cooler days. I miss the rabble of little kids. I wish I had splashed... Read more »

Mammogram

Today was my date with destiny.  For three years I was on an “every 6 month” cycle for mammograms due to calcifications.  Generally, these just impede the screener’s ability to see any malformation, but sometimes they organize themselves into something more.  In 2009, the schedule was relaxed to once a year for a diagnostic, bilateral... Read more »
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