Monday, October 4, 2010



Listening to the warning signs saved my life.  But if I had listened sooner, paid closer attention, been less afraid of the tests, and more afraid of the results, things would have been found sooner and my chances of survival better.
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  1. Oh Lisa, we could shoulda, coulda, woulda ourselves until we are blue in the face and it won't change anything. I think we all do the best we can with the information that we have currently available. Don't be too hard on yourself. I think you are pretty amazing.

  2. Hindsight right? However, I am sure you have reached so many people through your blog and that many of them have gone for testing and will positive outcomes. You are amazing!

  3. I think most of us are the same way...but I love your message your blog sends! What a cool macro...never would have thought of doing an image of that, but it turned out perfectly with your message!

  4. This was really poignant for me. I'm glad you're sharing your feelings and your story, but this is a painful one. As you know, I have a friend fighting ovarian cancer, and that one is so spooky. No symptoms until it is too late...

    Good message. Broadcast it to the world.

  5. You fill me with heart. Thanks, brave lady.