What happened? A missing chapter. The middle of a novel with the pages torn, ripped, and lost from your compelling, interesting storyline. Not-withstanding, an author's depiction of characters, medical virtuosity and questions with an attitude worth reading about on the topic of triple negative disease.
Blindfolds, musical chairs, and charades without chuckles, tricks, good songs or laughter; we have all experienced in the confusion to seeking diagnosis, treatment and life following the chaos of Breast Cancer; trivial or not.
It would be comforting to know how you are doing, and how your ultimate decisions and outcomes were tolerated. Knowing you are safe and well would hasten those concerned for participating (or not) members who have become friends on the No Surrender forums. Personally, I cannot help caring about the wonderful people I have met on-line; and this has been a "special" experience for myself, generally guarded, insecure, and reclusive.
I've purchased too many novels, art-books, and classic detective mysteries with missing pages. I miss your pages, and thoroughly enjoyed your writing, replies and invigorating topics.
I hope you are well. I wanted to say hello, get well, and wish you good health. If you have decided to give up on the support lines, I understand it, only too well.
No Surrender has been the best place to find hope, energy and unimaginable love without any requirements or demands. I think about going forward with my life, nixing the idea of ever having been diagnosed with cancer, and truthfully, (even if I was kicked-off this site,) I would make every effort to return to visit every day. Reading the news, the comradely, and (I am not religious), the prayers give my soul peace and a quiet serenity.
I would visit, even if only to lurk, spy and read about the latest research, women's experiences, and the heart filled artwork and reaching out to those who need helping hearts and hands. I have searched the web for supportive alliances and cutting edge information, and this is the only truthful, uncompromising, humerous, and comprehensive site; you can say anything, express your feelings, without the remorse and condescending attitude; generally overshadowing many support groups (on or off-line).
I feel lucky tohave had the pleasure to become a participating member. I am not giving you a "sales pitch". Your addition to the site was fun and refreshing, however serious your issues with Breast Cancer may be at the present time.
I hope you are doing well,
Love, (((hugs))) and prayers your way.