Tags: "Arrested Development", cancer, chemo, radiation
Hope you enjoyed the “boost”. Yikes;)
I'm so happy for you and your family Andrea.
Woo hoo!! You did it! You are awesome. Congratulations.
I want to add my congratulations to you and family and a very very gentle pat on the back for getting through it all. I am so sorry to hear about the possible rib fracture, …just at the end of treatment. How did that happen? I know its very painful and normally there is not much you can do about it except control the pain and it will heal itself. Just something you didn't need. That marguarita is in sight if not within reach tonight it will be soon. Take care, hang in there.
Rockin'! So glad to see another milestone reached!
Hooray, Andrea! Best to you and your family as you march forward. My older daughter who just had her third boy, has reached the same age I was when I was diagnosed with breast cancer (January 1981) and they are monitoring her health as she is breast feeding her little one since they can't do anything more. Of me two daughters. she worries the most since she was 9 when I had the mastectomy. You will do well as you've involved and created a wonderful support group and such strong positive attitudes even on the days you don't feel very good. Glory in the “duck down” hairdo you will have when all your hair is new. Again, best to you and yours, Barbara Malaspina, California Survivor
Time To Par-Tay like it's 1999!! Or should that be 2999!?
Congratulations Andrea, Mark & girls!!
Hooray!!! And look at that hair!
Yabba Dabba friggin' Dooooo!Good job, Kid.
Oh happy day! Sending virtual hugs until the day I can give you one in person.
Je t'envoie de gros bisous… Je pense à toi.
Tim, Jay, Linda, Greg, Barbara, Ginny, Laurie, Steve, Tricia and Isabelle: Thank you so much for following our journey, for your support throughout, and for your exuberant congratulations!
Wishing loads of good memories and good times ahead for all of us!!
That's so great to hear, Andrea! Wishing you a bright road ahead!
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