Allie Moon

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Well what can I say about little old me?!  Old, well yes I guess you could say that. Although I still feel like a girl, I’m 38 years old (just) and have just recently been diagnosed with breast cancer.

My hope for this blog is that it will provide a story of my journey and that in some way it may help others who on are on the same path. Why were we chosen? Who knows. I do know that this b@stard has picked the wrong person to start a fight with!

Hold on peeps, the rollercoaster ride is in full motion and has taken a few scary loop the loops already. Here’s to a nice big fat ice-cream at the end of it! : )

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15 thoughts on “Allie Moon

  1. I get sick on rollercoasters … but I’m here till the rides over and I climb out of the seat and puke up over some poor bastaads shoes:). Great idea Miff. I’m checking my boobs as I type, which is difficult, cos it means typing with one hand:)

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  2. Hi Allie, (that’s my daughter’s name:) I’m also 38…eeeek! I am moved by your page and your courage. I’m going to follow your blog because a very young member of our extended family is breast cancer warrior princess and and I am just simply drawn to your blog.
    Thank you for sharing your journey!
    Greta

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  3. Your blog is so inspiring and I love the quotes of encouragement throughout. So glad you made it through! Looks like you have a supportive husband too. Isn’t that what it’s all about. So many days I am at peace with the thoughts of my family and husband (who had cancer) and our love for each other. It’s more important than anything!

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    1. That’s very kind of you Patty, thank you for taking the time to stop by. I am very blessed to have such a supportive husband. My family and friends have also been a life line to me. Yes I agree, experiencing cancer certainly makes you look at life through different eyes and appreciate the things that matter.

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