a diagnosis that is really scary. Chemotherapy and radiation sure takes a toll on the patient. I feel very blessed to have been cancer free for so many years. Each day has been a wonderful gift from above. My sweet grand-daughter came by yesterday with a cupcake for me with a pink icing ribbon on it. She said "Grandma, this is your month"-you kicked breast cancer's behind. I thought that was really sweet of her to think of me.
I guess you are wondering why I made a pink Christmas card for breast cancer awareness month. I do like pink, but that is not the only reason. It is also going to M.D. Anderson for a patient who just might be there on Christmas day. I am sure there are many breast cancer patients who will spend Christmas in the hospital. Cancer doesn't quit and go home for the holidays. It is there each and every day.
I appreciate you coming by to look at my card today. I hope if you know someone who is going through cancer treatments, you will give them a call or send them a card to let them know you are thinking of them.
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Impression Obsession Pine Branch die
Impression Obsession Christmas Sentiment stamps
Memory Box Shining Candle die