Tuesday March 22, 2016

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Hello my dear friends,

As you can see I have made a few changes on this website.  All the previous posts are gone.  I am starting fresh.  You can find most of the old content at my previous blog lesliescancerconfessions.blogspot.com.

What you find on this page will be all new content with a more current history of my thriving with metastatic breast cancer.  I sincerely apologize if you were counting on being able to read archived articles.  You can find most of them at the blogspot location.  Be assured that what you will find here from this point on will fresh and current.  I truly appreciate your continued following on this site.  Be sure to follow from the main page at facebook and twitter.

Thanks for stopping by,

Leslie

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 Cycle 9, Torus, and don't tHello People,

This has been one heck of a week so far.  I made the long drive to take my daughter back to college after Spring break.  The times I spend one on one with each of my kids is so precious to me.  Knowing that my life is going to be shorter, makes each moment with each of my loved ones that much more special to me.  So saying goodbye, even for short time seems like the last goodbye each time.  My fella travels sometime for work, and I miss him tremendously when he is away.  But for the blessing of our furry kids I would feel terribly alone.  Plus, even though we have been here 9 months, I am still  settling in in this new state and city.  One of the things that I am adjusting to in this new city is how passionate the police are about giving tickets.  I managed to be a law breaker today by getting on my cell phone.  Of course I was driving at the time, so, Now I have a $75.oo ticket to pay.  Yay!  Fun times!!  

Life with cancer is going as usual.  Chemo, break, repeat.  I am on cycle 9 of Ibrance.  This go round my wbc count is pretty dang low.  I can't have a shot to raise my rates until I am on my week off.  We are hoping that my counts will rebound on my week off.  Fingers crossed!

Below you will find a video that gives a bit more info on how I am doing and what I have been up to.  

Thanks for stopping by, 

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Leslie



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Thursday March 17, 2016

5 years of Mets Bc, and three chemo regimes

 ​Leslie's Cancer Confessions