Phew Two

Peace, solitude, space and time to reflect, regroup, recharge, repair

and a nourishing visit from two caring friends.

What a difference two days can make.

Thank you.

About Andrea

Andrea Ross was diagnosed with breast cancer October 6, 2009 and intends to survive and thrive. You can read more from Andrea here.
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  • missrumphius

    So good to see you smiling. You're beautiful, you know that, right?

    Sending hugs and lots of healing vibes.

  • Andrea Ross

    Ha! Thanks, Tricia, you're too kind.

    I do know my life is beautiful.

    Thank you for you hugs and vibes. I know they're helping to keep it that way.

    I hope you are enjoying some spring,

  • Andrea Ross

    PS. A contribution for your Poetry Monday challenge:

    a woman on chemo one day
    thought the world was just crumbling away
    then she felt the clouds lift
    and said thanks for the gift
    of my life. Now I think I will stay.


  • lisa hall

    dear andrea i am not very good with computers but whilst searching for more info into the chemo drug taxotere i stumbled upon your story. i am almost envious of your fineshing your chemo but i am also so pleased for you. i was diagonosed with cancer on sept 11 09 and have had surgery to remove left breast and have so far 6 chemo sessions, 2 more to go but i am debating whether to go ahead with final 2 its no picnic! i also have learnt lots through this my family have been great friends have been great but i think true understanding only comes in the form of others who have been through similar experiences and so i truly understand your joy at fineshing your chemo.lisa the email address is my hubbys as i dont have one! maybe i will take time out to become friends with the computer as a goal.

  • Andrea Ross

    Thank you, LIsa.

    I will be beaming you healing vibes.

    Wishing you many years of good health and happiness,