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Thank You Note

Posted by on Jan 15, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Thank You Note

I just went to the site and read about your mother, tiara and the bracelet. It is all amazing! God was and is with you and obviously your Mom is there too. He put you in my life for a reason. I will cherish the bracelet as I go through my recovery. I feel blessed and know that there are no coincidences. It is God’s gentle nudge . D’Lyn thank you so much! Love, L. Davis

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Team Tiara in 2013

Posted by on Nov 9, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Team Tiara in 2013

In Team Tiara News…. Our 2013 Team is GROWING!!!!  We have lots of walkers who are coming back after a year off — and some newbies already signing on as well.  Linda (our Route Safety friend) is working on a “surprise” for Dallas & San Diego — and has already jumped in with both feet and provided Anthony with some much-needed info on the San Diego walk.  (I don’t know why everyone’s so worried I’ll end up in Tijuana.  Unintentionally, that...

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Larry Gallemore

Posted by on Nov 8, 2012 in Warriors | 0 comments

Larry Gallemore

While I do not remember a lot of things well from this time of my life, I still remember the weekend in Galveston when we had decided to break the news to my youngest daughters that I had been diagnosed with breast cancer.  I was shocked when they informed us that we had ruined their weekend.  I still wonder what they thought it was doing for my weekend. Let’s flash forward to today.  A little over seven years later.  After having had a successful surgery to remove my left breast and some...

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Kathy Wood

Posted by on Nov 8, 2012 in Warriors | 0 comments

Kathy Wood

While on a vacation in Colorado, my family climbed Mt. Herman. That left me sore. As I rubbed my pec muscles, I felt a lump. I almost ignored it (as did my GYN). I was only 32 with a 2 year old son when I was diagnosed with cancer for the first time. After my third surgery, a mastectomy, I knew the statistics surrounding my cancer: 3 types of Breast Cancer (DCIS, I-DCIS and Lobular); a total of 8 cm of tumor; 22 of 24 lymph nodes positive; and it was fast growing. I decided to have my...

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Abby Clark

Posted by on Nov 8, 2012 in Warriors | 0 comments

Abby Clark

I take breast cancer very personal! I remember the first time that I ever heard of breast cancer. My mother was helping my grandmother get dressed and I was shocked to see the bandages that wrapped around her upper body. She had been given a complete double mastectomy. I was pretty young at the time and did not really understand what was happening, but from what I understand my grandmother had her breast removed because back then that was the only option. If you had cancer, the doctors removed...

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