This has nothing to do with writing. It is still a message I am anxious and passionate to share.
PLEASE GET YOUR MAMMOGRAMS!
My sweet mother-in-law was diagnosed with breast cancer 20 months ago. After a double mastectomy and months of chemotherapy we thought she had it beat. 2 months ago we found out the cancer had returned and was terminal. Any day now she will leave this mortal existence and pass to the other side. She has been valiant throughout this journey. She has maintained her sense of humor and delightful outlook on life. She has been an example of enduring to the end. I am so sad she is leaving us. She is only 68 years old.
She hadn't had a mammogram in 10 years.
Please, please, please don't put off your mammograms, or your colonoscopies, or your annual exams.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Spread the word.
My greatest claim to fame is my family. I am married to my prince charming and have four awesome children. This year I experienced the joy of becoming a grandmother to my sweet baby girl Halle. I love to travel and I love to write books.