Friday, February 25, 2011

New Toys!!


Look what I got today:



18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Haha. Love the humour in that!
You have a genuine smile, which is great to see.
(Eileen)

Kathy said...

Awesome! You could literally be a poster chick for breast cancer! Of course I mean that in the best possible way! Too cute! :-)

Knock knock - it's cancer! said...

Eileen - there was a lot of humor in picking my prosthesis - they measured me before the mastectomy to make sure I get the same size - I could have had any size but wanted to fit in my clothes just the same :)

Kathy - LOL ... Nah I'd rather not be he poster chick for cancer... Even though I have cancer, I don't actually identify with that image at all... Maybe when all the hair falls out?
Sigh :(

tweetey30 said...

hey there. thought you would love to show off your pretty gift..lol... hope you are enjoying it and i love the shirt.. We are going to my MILs house today. I finished her blanket and Jeff wants to see the look on her face. it was suppose to be her b-day present and her b-day isnt until June...

embracingtherain said...

I love your shirt! Hope things went well yesterday and that the spam to your email stops.

Mandi said...

My friends totally bought me a shirt with that saying before I went in for my mastectomy (they knew I was eyeballing it), I haven't been able to wear a t-shirt since my surgery just yet. I love it, the prosthetics look good, but you are just as beautiful with or without them!

Cynn said...

I like the shirt....Is there a such thing as too big for boobs? hey as long as they are still pointing up....who cares. I wouldnt go for a run with those puppies on...one wrong move and you'll have 5 lbs of fury in the face. lol

Anonymous said...

LOVE the shirt!! where did you get it?
love the new "perky" girls too!...
You look great Michelle
Keep smiling
Wendy

Beth L. Gainer said...

Adorable! I really love the shirt.

Kathy said...

I appreciate that you don't identify with that image and I am sorry if my comment was offensive. That was not my intention. I wish more than anything that were bonding over things other than the fact that you have cancer and I have a baby that died. But I guess if it weren't for such tragic experiences in our lives we wouldn't have the opportunity to to learn from and grow with each other. Hang in there and I still think you are beautiful (with or without cancer).

Vancouver Voyeur said...

That is awesome. The statement made me laugh out loud.

tammy said...

OMG that is so funny! I LOVE your sense of humor...I would totally wear that, had i gone through the same thing.

Sayre said...

I told my friend about you... your humor, your shirt! She laughed out loud, then clapped her hand over her mouth and looked horrified. I told her not to worry about it. That having a sense of humor is what will get you and so many other people through this ordeal - that laughing is better than crying. Serious, yes, but life is what you make of it - and making it humorous can make it a little easier.

McCrackens Mom said...

Hi Michelle
I've just caught up on your writings. You've been going through so much and I appreciate you sharing all this so much. You have a way of writing in sucha matter of fact way, about something that terrifies you. You look wonderful by the way.

My thoughts on your options: I don't like the sound of possible heart muscle damage but am wondering if your oncologist has explained what kind of damage it is. Does that in itself become a factor in the survival stats? I know nothing about the chemo involved or about Tamoxifen. On the other hand every second of life is precious so I might opt for the best percentages. It is such personal issue.

Looking forward to your continued writing.
xx

ETC Chest said...

Hi,
Tweety30 has led me to your wonderful blog! I love your shirt!!! I am so glad to see you smile so bright! I have been thru ovarian cancer twice and I am so happy to say I am still here and causing havoc in life!! LOL! I think staying positive has been a big factor in my recovery. I am so glad to see you shining bright in your photo of your shirt. I have a t-shirt that says Cancer Sucks! I love it. Keep smiling and know that there are so many out here praying for you and with you in thoughts and love. You are never alone :) I can see by your blog you have so much love around. It's awesome to see how many people really love you when you need them most. Take care and anytime you want to talk or ask questions please feel free to contact me. lmp1964@yahoo.com
Hugs to you
Lori P

Kathy said...

Just stopping by to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Hoping that you are hanging in there and looking forward to your next post/update. Take care my Kindred Spirit.

Sami said...

Real or fake- you are still gorgeous!

Kendra said...

I LOVE that shirt, where did you get it?