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Cypress Cynthia and Hubby

Here is Eileen and her husband, Danny, and their Granddaughter, Bella Celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary. 

Cypress Cynthia and Hubby
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Cypress Cynthia and her daughter

Here is Eileen with her daughter, Katherine, and son-in-law, Aaron.

Cypress Cynthia and her daughter
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My favorite place to be:

Sequioa National Parks, the Mtn's in the back are 105 miles away. I hope you enjoy the view.

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B-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

It all started with severe pain in my husband's legs. He was having trouble walking across the house without moving like he was 100 years old. He is not a person who enjoys or even is willing to go to the hospital. After about a week of him hurting I finally suggested I take him to the local hospital. He got dressed and said "Let's go". My jaw dropped and I got dressed in a hurry. The hospital decided to do a CBC. The numbers for his WBC were funky so they decided to do a differential. Immature cells were found.

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Hair update Nov 22, 2014

Hair is looking better in the back, still patchy in the front, but fun to see how much it's grown in just a week. No sign of curls yet!

Hair update Nov 22, 2014
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Survivor

Survivor
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me

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4th Annual Hershey Pinks Weekend

We had a great weekend at the Hershey Hotel and Chocolate Spa.  Thank you Sue H., Penny, Linda, Corey, Babette, Sue M., and Lili!

 

4th Annual Hershey Pinks Weekend

My Brain Cancer Journey

My Journey

Four and a half months before my wedding (where I finally married the love of my life), I started getting seizures. Within a few days I was in the hospital and was told that I had a tumor measuring 6.2 x 4.3cm, tumor (the size of a lemon) in my brain.

Luckily they rushed me in for emergency surgery and removed most of the tumor. My fiance, now husband at the time was so supportive and assured me it was a stage 2 mild form of cancer and that everything was going to be o.k..

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ATC

Thankfully, this is what an ATC survivor looks like! I met him a year ago when his friend decided he needed a break, some fresh air outside of his cancer world. What a break that was indeed. NEVER GIVE UP! You do not know where Our God is going to take you! 

This photo is my man.....two years out of the cancer world!!

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