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WHAT WOULD IT MEAN IF IT WERE TRUE?

If you’ve been following news, world events, or even just your local happenings, your heart is probably heavy, right? I mean, right? Like, how can we actually hear all that is going on and not feel something about it. I’m … Continue reading

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INTENTIONS

Throughout the years, my childhood bedroom changed with the seasons. As soon as the spring weather grew warmer, my mom would predictably hand me a large plastic bin so that I could carefully fold all of my sweaters, sweatshirts and … Continue reading

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The Gift

On the first day of Christmas, the doctors gave to me …. Another freakin’ surgery. Oh, BRCA. The gift that keeps on messing with my life. Tomorrow I head back to the hospital for a surgical procedure to stop the … Continue reading

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RELIEF

After 56 straight days of bleeding, I finally got some answers. I’ll be heading back into surgery in a few weeks to hopefully solve the problem, but until then, it all just continues. Thankfully, Jorge has stepped up his game … Continue reading

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JUST AN UPDATE

Hi friends, So, I’m taking a risk by writing this post while still at a conference with people who read this blog. But, I’m going for it (mostly because I need people to tell me if I’m out of sorts!). … Continue reading

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BEFORE I FORGET

I meant to write this blog last night, but, seriously, I forgot. No, really. Not kidding. Like, not just forgot — but forgot that I even wanted to write it. Something is seriously f’king wrong with me. For the past … Continue reading

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Break Through

I just thought it would eventually stop. Ten months ago, in the early morning hours on a cold Friday in January, I walked into Mass General Hospital to have my ovaries and fallopian tubes removed in an effort to reduce my … Continue reading

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