Circle of Strength Update: My visit to one of the world’s most advanced cancer treatment centers.

Karla: Meghan has been a real inspiration to me as well as Jane. This story explains why super simple changes need to be made and can easily be made to our foster care system. It is worth the 5 min read.

Erin: My bunny obsessed four year old, Elianna and I made these spring cupcakes today!

Paula: Good morning,

A big thanks to everyone who bought something from our store. With your help we were able to donate $250 to PAC this month.

Most of our products gross margin is about $10 per product except our recycle bags the gross margin on those is $5 dollars per bag. All our products are custom made just for you and we use ethical suppliers. My favorite product by far are our fitted tank tops, they are so soft and comfy!

Also if anyone has ideas for PR / media contacts to help with getting the word out there let me know. As we have found word of mouth and PR work best.

Thanks again ladies for all your support!

Karla: Paula and Jess have worked so hard on my new blog . Without them their would be no store , no blog , no distractions for me . As the store gives me so much joy and a creative outlet and blog is therapy for me as is this group.

Karla: Off to buffalo Roswell who is leader in cancer practice and research for second opinion as currently Canada team have no plan for me at the moment I am off chemo until they figure out that to do. Let’s hope buffalo can tell them how to treat me

Cheryl: Thinking of you, Al and your fam as you head to Buffalo today! Sending you all LOVE💕

Suzanne: Good luck Karla. You are looking great and positive!

Brit: You look amazing! So glad you’re searching for lots of options ❤

Hana Ferklova: Happy Easter 🐣 And good luck!🍀 😘

Karla: I just love this article as it confirms my belief that belonging to a community is the most important aspect to living a happy life. I always say it takes a village to fight my cancer. This gal pal group is a village for me and I am thank Full to all of you. Xo

About The Author

A few months ago, I was told that my boobs are trying to kill me and being misdiagnosed for two years allowed them to recruit throughout the rest of my body by way of my spine. Before this, I knew f*ck all about cancer. Now, between sipping chemo cocktails, I want to talk about the truth of living with Stage 4 Breast Cancer with my support system and people I have met along the way to recovery.

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