38 Years old. 2020. 3 Generations!

I have not written in a loog time. Partly because well...life. The other part I think feels like others need this more than I. My life has been well and for me to complain would be a slap to others. But I did want to check in. Tell everyone how thankful I am for having all of you to turn to when I need to. Today I turned 38! I was 29 when I went through all of this. Seems like forever and just yesterday at once. 2020 has been quite the year. Along with covid 19, my grandmother of 94 years old was diagnosed with breast cancer...there is nothing they really can do but keep her comfortable. And 2 months ago, my mother has been diagnosed as well. That is 3 generations that have had this horrible diagnoses.  Dr'a are baffled that this went backwards. The youngest got it first.  I am trying my best to be there for them and stay positive. I just wish they didn't have to go through any of it. But will try to be there as much as I can be. I am hoping all of you are doing well and please know that I think of all of you everyday. Love you all.


Lori, Olga sent you a hug.
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Vital Info


August 8, 2012

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

September 14, 1982

Cancer Info

Breast Cancer

October 18, 2011

Stage 2

Grade 2


The fear it instills into people. Chemo & how life changes with one word.

There are so many good people in the world. So many angels.

Spread the word about breast cancer & to be positive.

Just being there. A phone call, a visit even if I don't seem in the mood.

Anna Laberge

Sleep, water, and I had really bad taste in my mouth and the best thing was having Freezies in the freezer.

CRY! Never hold in your emotions. even if you need to just get in a shower and cry your eyes out. Also, talk to someone when you need to.

May 14, 2012

A lump in my left breast the size of a ping pong ball.


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