Circle of Strength Update: Pants and Flowers

Karla: I am back at doctors today during cats scan and then off to another doctor for blood work as have been off chemo for 3 weeks

Nan: Dianne I think you were looking for this! I went back thru our thread and here it is

I found our favorite troll

Diane Linden: That is it! So cute!!!

Karla: Why I am so passionate about making change in foster care system and Jane our leader is so inspiring. I really recommend everyone watch “instant family” but I agree with Cindy in our group it is a little racist with white people coming to the rescue but still really good movie

Carrie Rankin: Congratulations!!!! So glad the only thing you have to worry about right now is how noisy your house is! Love ya and see you later this week. 😘

Libby Gunn: Thank you for the long and heartfelt and honest update. It must be terrifying when you’re off the chemo. But I also do believe, and I think there are now studies that support this, that All the positive energy that you put out there, the strong desire that you have to live, the love and support that surround you –all those are also fighting your tumors. At the cellular level. Anyway, so glad that you are back on to the chemo as well. Big hugs to you Karla. xo

Kiki Halverson: Thank you for sharing Karla. Oops on the evening pills in the morning. 😊. So glad to hear they have restarted your chemo. Sending healing thoughts your way 🌻

Erin: Check out these new pants Karla just designed! I think they might be my favourite so far! 🛸

Lisa: Love the leggings, I think I need to order these ones as well Karla 😊. Beautiful flowers and so perfect in the first day of Spring 🌷.

Leigh: Karla 😘😘 Thanks for the update. I think about you all the time. The fact that you told Al to go away and do something from himself speaks to the person you truly are. Through all of this you still manage to think of others. Big kiss to you. Colleen and I are setting up a visit soon when you are up to it. 😘😘😘😘😘

Stephanie Murray Watson: Made me think of this chat…for all of us. Happy Friday everyone!

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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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