My mother is the one sitting down. She takes great pride in her appearance, so losing a breast and her hair is much harder on her then it would be on me. She is so beautiful and loves doing her hair and make up. I swear she would wear a ball-gown every day if she could. I am a get up an go, jeans n t-shirt, no make up kinda girl. So I dont know what she is going through in this area. To me she is the same. To her, she is losing parts of who she is. I bet you would never guess she is 48 in that picture. She is amazing. I have never met anyone who didnt love her. She probable wouldn't like this picture of herself drinking a beer on the web.
Hello My name is Shanecia Terry and I was diagnosed with "Colon cancer" at the age of 31. My story began almost a year ago with a diagnosis of severe anemia I was tired, weak and light head, unable to work alot of the time I went to the Dr.Alan Miller about my low blood count where he referred me to an oncologist by the nam of Dr.Ahmed when I seen Dr.Ahmed he ordered blood work and scheduled for me to have a bone marrow biopsy which came back O.k. after that I was ordered to have several blood tranfusions within a couple of months difference and started taking venefoor treatments once a week where I would go and have iron administered to me through an IV afet that was completed for about 6 weeks I asked to be transferred to another dr in the same field.
my mom was the greatest person i ever knew. she was my strength, my hero. now shes gone, lung cancer took her away from me. oct. 27th it will be 2 years, and it still feels like yesterday. she was the sweetest most giving woman. she raised me all by herself. it wasnt easy either let me tell you! i got to spend 34 years knowing this beautiful woman. in want to celebrate her life rather than cry all the time,but its so hard to do. i keep listening to the song ''you raise me up'' and i cant stop crying. i dont understaand why she had to die. im so depressed i feel as if i cant go on without her. somebody please tell me ~ does this ever get any easier? ELIZABETH SCHEFFER NOV.25 1939 - OCT 27 2006.