- This is my wife, Heather. Otherwise known to her neices and nephews as Aunt Fancy. May 9, 2012 she was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. I created this blog to help friends and family keep up with her journey.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
I went to Dr. Moffett, my plastic surgeon, today. During my mastectomy he put spacers in to help expand my chest. In six months I will be able to have what they call a replacement surgery. The spacers come out … Continue reading
I have always loved Thanksgiving but yesterday was extra special. I have so much to be thankful for this year. Most importantly I want to thank God who got me through this year and gave new meaning to my life. … Continue reading
Yesterday was a big day! I started physical therapy to try to get my strength back in my chest — increase my range of motion, etc. It was also my first day to drive. Yikes. That was a lot harder … Continue reading
I went to see my oncologist today. My white blood cell count was below average but nothing she seemed too concerned with. It was just a basic check in so not too much to report. She did tell me I … Continue reading
Since surgery I have been fortunate to have someone by my side at every hour of the day. Derek even had yesterday off. Well, I woke up this morning and I was all alone. Just me. At first I thought … Continue reading
The past couple of months I have had the satisfaction of saying… “Heather, I have more hair than you”. Well I’m sad to say that is coming to an end. To update on Heather, she is still at home taking … Continue reading
Just wanted to give an update to those of you who we have not talked to. Heather is still recovering at home from her surgery. She is doing very good, still has a little uncomfortable on the left side of … Continue reading
Our girl finds a way to Fight Fancy no matter what the circumstances! And, yes, she is WORKING three days after surgery!!!
Before I get started, lets all take a moment to sing happy birthday to my oldest son, Pitkin. He is three today. Yesterday was one of the toughest days so far. I woke up stiff and without a voice. All … Continue reading
My breast surgeon just came by my room to tell me the good news. I AM CANCER FREE!!! She said I can tell people I’m cured. Such a relief! Xoxo (insert cartwheel here) Heather