Compassion, Convenience and Comfort

Looking for the right bra for your body can be very confusing. I feel that every bra fitter has their own way of measuring and fitting bras. That is alright, there is nothing wrong with fitting the best way that you know how to. Here is my opinion on bra fitting,...

Control and Letting Go.

She Let Go – Rev. Safire Rose She let go. Without a thought or a word, she let go. She let go of the fear. She let go of the judgments. She let go of the confluence of opinions swarming around her head. She let go of the committee of indecision within her. She let go...

Breast Cancer – A Diagnosis

On October 5, 2012 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. That was five years ago and I remember every word and emotion that went along with that phone call. In November, the fourteenth to be exact, it will be five years since the cancer was cut from my body. My five...

The Fear Never Fades

Today I went for a bone scan. It is the first scan I have had since the initial scans I had upon diagnosis. I have had some back pain for a while now, maybe 8 months. However, this last year of my life has been pretty stressful and I have a mattress from IKEA...

Breast Cancer and the Person

The other day I was speaking to a friend, on his leg was a tattoo that said “save the hooters”. I inquired about the tattoo and he said it was a golf tournament for breast cancer. Of course it was. I think it is great that organizations raise money for breast cancer....

Being Tired After Cancer

I was reading an article in an online magazine I get monthly and this was one of the topics. Cancer-Related Fatigue (CRF). I know that this is a real thing, from dealing with it myself and hearing about it from other cancer graduates. Many ask if the exhaustion ever...