• Heather
    June 15, 2009

    Here I was feeling GUILTY about constantly walking around the house with no bra on, contributing to the sag that 3 children bequethed me.  Now I know, I was keeping the sisters happy!

  • June 15, 2009

    Heather, I almost never wear my bra. I was wearing it when I read that statement. I took it off immediately. The girls appreciate it. smile

  • June 15, 2009

    WOW! Great info, here, Leslie!!

    So sorry for your loss.

    HUGS my friend.


  • June 15, 2009

    Great information Leslie! I think something else I’ve learned from Amy’s tragic loss is to never dismiss the smallest lump, no matter how young you are or what your doctor tells you.  Get a second and third opinion until someone takes it seriously enough to biopsy it or take it out!  Amy put her trust in the medical professionals who told her she was fine, and she suffered dearly for it, along with her friends and family.

    Because of Amy’s tragic death, I will be so much more diligent with my self-exams… and if and when I find something suspicious, I’m going to remember Amy and honor her by doing everything in my power to survive.

  • June 15, 2009

    Thanks for this post.  One of my BFF’s was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 30.  It hits close to home and the risks are there for EVERYONE, regardless of age.  My friend has been Breast Cancer free for 2 years.

  • Maria
    June 16, 2009

    Thank you, Leslie.

  • June 16, 2009

    My boobs thank you!

  • June 19, 2009

    Sweet…  Shirley Temples?  Check.  Getting distracted by a poopy diaper when nuking leftovers?  Check.  No bra like my grandmothers?  Check - minus the housecoat though.  Cook with real butter?  Check.  That darn exercise though…  *sigh*

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