Don't Let the Cat Get Your Wig... and Other Things the Oncologist Never Told You ePub download
by Lauren Brower
- ISBN: 1589090780
- ISBN13: 978-1589090781
- ePub: 1479 kb | FB2: 1381 kb
- Category: Diseases & Physical Ailments
- Publisher: eBookstand (January 2002)
- Pages: 46
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 871
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Lauren Brower is a Breast Cancer Survivor living in Charlotte, NC. She was diagnosed at age 34 when her . Mrs. Brower is a professional vocalist and works within the Charlotte community to entertain and enlighten others with her experience. She was diagnosed at age 34 when her husband discovered a lump on their anniversary. After undergoing surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, her cancer is assumed to be currently in remission. She was the 2001 Mrs. Central NC representative for the Global America Pageant a pageant that supports breast cancer awareness.
Christina Lauren’s books have a place of honor on my bookshelf. It never occurred to me that love could be anything other than all-consuming. Don’t let anyone tell you you’re not a saint. Even as a child, I knew I never wanted anything less. But then what began as a cluster of malignant cells killed my mother, and I didn’t want any of it, ever again. When I lost her, it felt like I was drowning in all the love I still had that could never be given. It filled me up, choked me like a rag doused in kerosene, spilled out in tears and screams and in heavy, pulsing silence. I really am. You made me leave my bubble. But I say it with a smile, and look down at her tiny daughter on my lap.
It details the author's experiences in a brief and humorous fashion. By Kathy Cannon Lauren did a great job. She made me laugh at some of the things that can. If you have gone through Chemo - this might sound familar.
Cat got your tongues?’ More silence; children’s silence, so desperately desired by.Samad growled, ‘I told you already. I don’t want you participating in that nonsense. Magid really wanted to be in some other family.
Cat got your tongues?’ More silence; children’s silence, so desperately desired by adults yet eerie when it finally occurs. It has nothing to do with us, Magid. He wanted to own cats and not cockroaches, he wanted his mother to make the music of the cello, not the sound of the sewing machine; he wanted to have a trellis of flowers growing up one side of the house instead of the ever growing pile of other people’s rubbish; he wanted a piano in the hallway in place of the.
Stealing glances at each other throughout the night, there was no denying an intense, mutual attraction. I caught the bouquet; he caught the garter. The next morning, I headed home to New York leaving him behind in California with the wrong number.