I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Breast Cancer (Triple Negative Breast Cancer) in January 2014. I will be starting my first round of Chemotherapy, on February 7th. I decided to have my hair shaved before starting treatment. We celebrated, love and life…..with a little champagne! The fight has just begun!!
My sister will keep you updated on my journey here:
Thank you to the love of my life, and husband, Michael. My precious, beautiful daughter, Stephanie, Her sweet husband, and my second son, Tim. Taylor, my granddaughter, who makes my heart happy… every minute. My little sister, Belinda…. I got this sis. My brother-in-law Tom, you always leave us laughing. Last, but certainly not least, Perry Joy….my niece, with her heart of gold. Not here for this video, but with me in spirit, Shane…..my buddy, my stepson…I love you. PS I love you, Paul
There are no words to express, just how much I love my family. I am the luckiest girl ever, to have them by my side. When you say your prayers, please remember them.
I thank you ALL for your kindness, your prayers, your laughter, and your friendship. I am reading every single one of your encouraging words….. every one. You give me strength, through your love, and support. A special thank you, to my crazy, strong, amazing friend Tammy, aka uppiesbeads59. You are the true definition of “friend”. I may not be doing hair tutorials anytime soon…..but I WILL be back!
Thank you, dear sweet Heather…. for being such an important part of this journey. We all love you!
Always remember to love deeply, each and every day….and don’t forget to check your boobies……it could save your life!
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Andover, KS 67002
I was inspired by Ashley….a brave young girl, I don’t even know.
Thank you to our talented videographer, from The Brickhouse, Inc., Craig Beebe. Also, my new YouTube friend, Toni Means, for taking photographs.
Special thanks to themusicbed.com, LICENSE TYPE: Photography & Videography Streaming, Internal & External Uses // Single Use | Perpetual // Any Size, for use of the beautiful song “Hold onto Hope Love”, by Amy Stroup Any money made from this video donated to breast cancer research. We need a cure!