An important message from Donna in regards to melanomas here, and one worth sharing I feel with this re-blog.
Stunning Pink Flamingos
Picture Credit: Pedros Szekely
There were hundreds of plastic ones on the grounds of the Hospital where I had my surgery in Gainesville!
As you may already know, October is Cancer Awareness month.
So, it is appropriate for this to be shared right now.
My absence from you was not by my choosing.
Since 1988, I having been dealing with a well-known enemy, skin cancer, more accurately Melanoma.
Three weeks ago I finally made the long trip to Gainesville for the appointment that I have avoided for three reasons, for the past fifteen years.
Lack of money, health care and fear.
All quite equal to my mind.
In September with the last payment on our car, money could no longer be one of my excuses.
So, I found a plan and a Doctor and made the too long put off appointment.
I already knew I was in trouble before I ever walked through…
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Thank you for the heads-up Sonmi with this re-blogging of GatorWoman. She is truly a stellar force for good on this planet and we should do whatever we can to send those positive vibes to her and sachemspeaks as she kicks this one in the tender bits.
Well said that man. She’s a very kind hearted lady, and it is a harsh illness to deal with. On wards and upwards with that kick.
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