Memories are irreplaceable. As a mom of six I know my children will all have some very fond memories of their lives growing up. I was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was pregnant with our youngest five years ago. Chemotherapy totally obliterated my memory. Completely. I keep hoping eventually it will come back but who knows. I hate forgetting such wonderful experiences in my life. I wish I had journaled and written more things down when they happened so I could remember. (After all remember the movie,The Notebook???) Here are some brilliant ways to help those memories not become forgotten.
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Jot those memories down on some rocks with a sharpie and place in a pretty glass urn. Whenever you need a pick me up, just grab a few of them to read and whalla an instant mood lift.
I love eye shadow. I always wear minimal neutrals but I should would like to get all gussied up sometime and lay it on like a hooker and go out to Wal-Mart and see the reaction. I love these eye looks I found around the web and on Pinterest. I wish I had the guts to try some of them.
Pinterest is so full of wonderful, creative ideas. If you aren't on Pinterest, you should be. If you are you should really, really, really leave me a comment with a link to yours so I can see all of the wonderful things you pin!
I lost 50 pounds after I had my fourth child, I was back to a size six and loved it. Very soon after I acheived my goal weight I became pregnant again and was diagnosed with breast cancer. I had surgery, had a beautiful little girl and six days later began chemotherapy and radiation. I am now a five year survivor of breast cancer but after pregnancy and the sedentary life of a cancer patient I have 50 pounds to lose!
I realized last night while watching the LMN movie shorts "Five" about breast cancer patients that I think I actually cancer may come back if I lose the weight. Silly? I think it is holding me back, whether it is silly or not.