Stage 0, Canada

Excuse me, I have what?

“That was my first reaction when I was told I had breast cancer. Hearing a doctor say that I not only had cancer, but I would have to undergo a mastectomy was shocking. I instantly felt numb.”

As soon as I got home I started researching as much as I could about breast cancer. Most of the information I found was all very clinical. Nothing talked about what a woman really goes through both physically and emotionally. I decided I needed to share my journey with an honest, raw and sometimes humorous blog that told the real story of what it’s like to battle breast cancer.

I have been blogging about my journey from the day I was diagnosed and continue to write and connect with women all over the world. Through my journey I met Cynthia and LearnLookLocate and knew that I had found a kindred spirit. I am honoured to continue share my journey with all of you. By sharing we support each other. Sharing really is caring.