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Haven't been here since forever----most of you probably don't even know me.  After seven years and a few bumps in the road, life had moved on, as it always does.  BC always lurks in the back of my mind but it was only whispering these days and not yelling in my ear as it did in the beginning.  Well guess what?  Mammo Tuesday, core biopsy tomorrow, probably have the results next Tuesday.  Only one boob left and it still wants to make trouble!  Dang!!

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Sorry to hear, Silvergirl. Yes, I find that's the one thing most people don't understand about breast cancer, it's not "five years and you're clear", it's always lurking. However, it's in your breast, it sounds small, and so that would be the best possible type of recurrence. It's no fun going through it all again, but at least you have resources in line this time, and know what to expect. I think that is one of the worst parts of initial diagnosis, you have no idea what is really going to happen! (Sometimes not even after they've told you, there are plenty of things that cannot adequately be prepared for). So, while it's no fun to be there again, you'll be ready. God bless!
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Hey Jeanne,
We are here for you always... the pain and fear never totally go away. I am sorry I did not see this sooner. Today you should be finding out right? I pray it is nothing!!!
I hope all is well my dear friend!

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Turned out to be several things I never heard of before all smushed together----all benign. Not unusual in perimenopausal women so apparently my right boob is way younger than the rest of me. A relief for sure. Thanks for the response Cynthia. And how are you Gina. We've sort of lost track of each other which is a loss, as far as I'm concerned. I know you moved into another place on the water----will we all miss stories about the crazy landlords and strange neighbors or do you just have new ones? Hope you are well and happy. My life is brimming with grandchildren and mentoring new BC patients. Give Fluff a good scratch behind the ears for me.
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That would be Cynt----damn auto spell on the iPad!
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So you are OK??? I am so happy to read this!!!
I am still by the water. I moved a mile away. I still rent. Part of the deal is three crazy dogs- one lovely lab, and two Petit Griffon Bassett Vendean's (not sure if I spelled that right- they look like cartoon characters!)
The good thing about being sisters is we can always pick up right where we left off!
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Gina----send me an email at my Time Warner address----jeanmc@twcny.rr.com---so I have your email in my contact addresses. Easier that way. Have to build up my addresses all over again since I got an iPad, which I use almost exclusively. How does one end up with a place to live that comes equipped with three, count them, THREE, dogs?!?
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Jeanne, great news!! You must be breathing so much easier (and we do too).  Enjoy the grandchildren!!

Gina, you must be kidding! Two Petits bassets griffons Vendéens?! They're also called Peebs or peanut butter grapevine ;-)  One of my dogs, Toby, is a ten year old peeb. We had him in France, he was 2 months... a handful, but SOOOO cute! Here is his picture again... Those dogs are unfortunately becoming a fad in the US. They're not pets in France, pack dogs for hunting, rarely accepted inside... Our Toby is a couch potatoe, but they are rabbit hunters "genetically"... They have a beautiful voice... deep... but can be annoying ;-) 10 together running around is a sight!  They're big babies, really... Enjoy...


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That would be Cynt----damn auto spell on the iPad!


Hee hee, that's okay, Silvergirl. That's my full name, anyway, Cynt is just a nickname I use. Didn't even notice til you pointed it out! And so glad that it was nothing after all, but that waiting is still a killer, eh? Glad you're fine!!

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Catherine! Look at your baby!!! I am so glad to meet another PBGV person.
These two run the house. They have an electric fence that they break through on a regular basis, with me having to chase them and/or search for them. They simply DO NOT come when you call them. And the barking howling is a noise like no other. The lab seems like a saint compared to them! I will post pictures for you.

Thanks for the email Jeanne! I don't know. I had to get out of where I was and one of the people from church had her cottage opening up so I grabbed it. It has been an adjustment to be sure!!

hi Cynt!

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