We Can Rebuild Her
Better than she was before… Better, Stronger, Happier. A Breast Cancer Journal

This just in…

The spring/summer edition of the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation‘s magazine, Courage, is now available. It features an article Andrea was invited to contribute about the head shaving party we had for her in December (page 24).

If you’re new to this site, having discovered it in Courage, welcome! We hope you make your voice heard by sharing your thoughts and experiences as comments on our blog.

By the way… this isn’t the first time Andrea and our WeCanRebuildHer.com website have been in the news. Andrea contributed to the Ottawa Citizen‘s Miracles on Ice edition of the Saturday Observer (Feb. 6, 2010, section B) with a piece about skating on the Rideau Canal during chemo (page B3).

Mark is primary support, cheerleader and project manager of Andrea's recovery. You can read more from Mark here and on Mark's real blog, MarkBlevis.com.

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Mark Posted by Mark April 28, 2010

April 28, 2010 at 8:53 pm.


  • missrumphius

    I know you two may not feel special, but you ARE an incredible inspiration. Thinking of you and the girls as you head into this next phase of treatment.

  • http://www.WeCanRebuildHer.com Andrea Ross

    Thank you, Tricia! Hope you and your family are enjoying a fabulous spring.

  • Jay

    I'm so glad to hear about the Courage article! While I wasn't able to attend your head shaving party, I loved your video and I know the article is bound to inspire others.

  • http://twitter.com/aquafortis Sarah Stevenson

    It's really awe-inspiring to see how you've truly approached this with courage–including the courage to share your story with others and let it inspire THEM in turn. I hope lots of people see the articles!

  • http://www.WeCanRebuildHer.com Andrea Ross

    Thank you, Sarah. I do like to think that my going through this might help ease the journey for someone else.

    And I also hope no one else is in the situation at all!

  • http://www.WeCanRebuildHer.com Andrea Ross

    Thank you, Jay! You'll be at our end-of-treatment bash … and we'll be celebrating many happy events in the many years to come.