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Heather B
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A mother with a passion for life. Living my life day by day.
A mother with a passion for life. Living my life day by day.

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Mandrakia, Milos, Greece
Day three (Seven Days of Greece)

Oh to live in one of the small fishing villages of Greece. A simple and healthy lifestyle, one of strong community, friendship, low stress, surrounded by the ocean.

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#greece     #greecetravel   #milos   #holiday   #bliss  #LandscapePhotography +Landscape Photography +Margaret Tompkins +Kevin Rowe +Toshi Nakamura +Bill Wood +Tony Phillips +Jeff Beddow +Krzysztof Hanusiak +Dennis Hoffbuhr +Dave Gaylord +Doug Hagadorn +Eric Drumm  
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PRMA's Dr. Gary Arishita talks about breast reconstruction with tissue expanders and Alloderm. http://bit.ly/1IvD82J

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Santorini is famous for the much photographed blue domed and colorful churches that can be seen in the entire island. Each church bears witness to a unique history and has a feast to celebrate, upon which great festivals take place in the villages. Religious plays a significant role in the life of the locals. 
#santorini   #greece   #island   #lagoon   #sunset   #landscape   #church   #thira   #town   #sea   #hdrphotography   #pawellappophotography  
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Beginning your reconstruction journey and wondering what to expect? Check out PRMA's Breast Reconstruction Timeline. http://bit.ly/1IRdhhK

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A Husband's Story-The Supporter
I wrote about the very beginning , finding out Heather was BRCA1+ and supporting her desire for surgery.  I'm fast-forwarding to the end, because that's a major key in planning the surgery.  You, as the supporter, will need to know what to expect in your ro...

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The Power of Social Media
Who would have thought, ten years ago when I learned of my BRCA1 results, that social media would have ever played a part in my treatment plan.  Ten years ago, I had just started working for an online University, and I thought that was crazy enough!  But to...

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How Do They Feel?
I'm not embarrassed by this question, nor do I feel like I should be.  Let's face it, its not an easy question for many to ask in the first place, and the fact that some feel comfortable enough asking me, makes me want to help them understand.  Friends, fam...

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Husband's Story- Finding Out
It’s hard to put myself in “her” head. It’s hard to fully empathize. My parents are still alive. I did watch my paternal grandmother go through breast cancer and a subsequent mastectomy, but I was about 13 and fairly detached from the situation. But I’ve se...

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Slow Down, Type A Not Needed
There's no award for the fastest healing nor the for the one who complains the least. I'm in the recovery stage of my journey.  It's a very strange place to be, a bit unsettling.  The planning phase kept me very involved, occupied...it gave me lists to chec...

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Day 14- Laughing Through the Pain
Happy two-week-a-versary to me today.  It was two weeks ago that I was going into surgery, ready to take charge of my life, and hopefully change the course it was on.  I've had a great recovery, maybe too good, as I kept overdoing it each day due to the ene...
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