Judy Moss died this morning at 8:00 am. I wrote my thoughts down last week after visiting her in ICU but didnât get them in my blog before she died. My words are inadequate but I pray you will get a glimpse of this generous, gracious woman who loved well.
For 53 years breasts were a non issue for me. They didnât seem particularly important and I had very little use for them. On April 21, 2009 these six words changed my life: âMs. Freeman you have Breast Cancer.â Since then my life has been controlled by the right breast,
Itâs been a long time since I have posted an update about my treatment with Breast Cancer. I finished radiation last week and found that the nicest people in the world work with breast cancer patients. I wouldnât recommend praying for the diagnosis just to meet nice people, but through
Thank you for the emails, thoughts and prayers that have come my way. I have not really been on email since the surgery so please forgive me for not responding to each of you individually. Even though I am not on the computer regularly, I remain grateful for your prayers
Three weeks ago I heard the words, “Ms. Freeman, you have Breast Cancer.â They were spoken by a stranger after a sonogram. First of all, I never dreamed of having Breast Cancer. I was prepared for a heart attack, but never breast cancer. (If you know me, you know my