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Unity is strength, knowledge is power and attitude is everything. - Lance Armstrong Foundation

As a breast cancer survivor I am thankful for all the support that I have received from my family and friends. I would like to reach out to others who are just starting their journey. Being positive and embracing life has been vital to my recovery.
As a breast cancer survivor I am thankful for all the support that I have received from my family and friends. I would like to reach out to others who are just starting their journey. Being positive and embracing life has been vital to my recovery.




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Member Since: 1/16/2010

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Fitness Minutes: 48

My Goals:
My goals: to eat mindfully with healthy foods,to use portion control at all my meals, to get to my goal weight for optimum health as a BC survivor and to walk regularly on my treadmill.

My Program:
I used to be a member of Weight Watchers years ago. I learned alot from the program and highly recommend it. I eat chicken, fish, no red meat, grains, fruits, nuts, veggies and yogurt. I try to eat organic foods since my BC diagnosis in '07. I plan to get back on my treadmill.

Personal Information:
I am from Columbia, Md. I work fulltime as a psychotherapist in a psychiatric practice. I am married to my high school sweetheart since 1974. I have a daughter who is 23 and a son who is 20.

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I enjoy beading for a hobby. I also love to laugh and enjoy watching comedies. I try to meditate when I can which helps for stress relief.

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RICJIL94
2/26/2010 10:18:59 PM

Thanks for stopping by my blog. It was really nice to have the day off from work. I definitely needed it.

The culture results weren't in & the dr said he'd get in touch with me when they came in. I'm not really worried about it, they wanted to do it so they could determine why the infection was antibiotic resistant.

I'm just trying to focus on healing & getting back to normal.



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KMDAVIS5
2/26/2010 1:51:45 PM

Not yet, my reconstruction surgery is next week Friday. I'm excited to see what my new Foobs (fake boobs) will look like.
~Kristy
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KMDAVIS5
2/15/2010 11:22:30 AM

Hi Ronni,

I just finished Chemo at the end of January. Next they are going to finish the reconstruction (I had a double mastectomy, the left side was prophylactic). Then I start radiation. My next surgery should be in the next few weeks. emoticon



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COACHPENNY
2/15/2010 10:30:45 AM

thanks for the goodie Ronee! We are on the road and it's tuff to not snack spending hours in the car. Good News is....we are heading south! 49 states have had snow....hard to believe...hope we can find a spot where it's melted!

ps. Movement is key, isn't it? if you can move easier in water (which was the case for me too) all the better. Let me know how you are doing.

Penny

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RICJIL94
2/15/2010 7:04:05 AM

Thanks for stopping by my page. I am looking forward to hearing from someone today about where I can go for an exam.



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