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Diagnosed with a Rare form of Breast Cancer at age 28, this was the last thing I wanted to try and explain to my young children of age 8 & 9! Not to mention my husband and rest of my family! But, after that was over I decided I will be a walking, happy, heart filled, loved person who will fight like hell to kick Breast Cancer's butt! There will be no surgery, many of which I have had to have in the last year! I have had at least 1 surgery performed every month since May of 2012! But I am still here, I am still fighting, and my kids get to wake up to my face EVERY day! And although treatment is rough, nothing is rougher than watching the heartache on your children's face, so putting a front up not only helps them, it also gives you the strength to not allow yourself fall down! It allows strength to come form an unknown spot that makes your heart work overtime and your spirit be enlightened every minute of every day!! I look forward to my 30th birthday, celebrating with my children, husband, family and friends!
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