Welcome & Thank You for Visiting

Welcome & Thank You for Visiting

On August 16th, 2011, three days before her 44th birthday, Connie was diagnosed with "Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma, Grade 3". In other words, breast cancer.

Battling cancer, no matter what form, is a difficult and frightening time for both those with the disease and their loved ones. Having strong moral support is important for everyone involved.

As the reality sinks in and we adjust to the new landscape, we realize we can't do this alone. We're reaching out to ask you for your moral support as Connie prepares to do battle with breast cancer.

Through this blog, we'll post updates on Connie's progress and offer a place for you to send words of encouragement and messages of support.

The burden of added medical expenses on top of day-to-day living expenses is mountainous. As a family, we're doing everything we can, but still it isn't enough. We're calling all angels who might consider donating to a fund for Connie and her family to relieve some of the stress so that Connie can concentrate on her recovery and get back to doing what she does best as loving mother, partner, sister, caregiver and friend.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Permissions to Post

Hi Friends, I've been getting notes from folks saying they want to be able to post to Connie's blog as opposed to only commenting below one of the existing posts. If you're one of those people, send me an email at ktlandes@yahoo.com and I'll add your email address to the permissions list. You'll receive an email from me or John then with a link. Click on that link and follow the instructions. You'll then see at the top right of the blog a "New Post" menu option, available only to those who have requested permission. Click that option and post away. If you know Connie and know her sense of humor I know you'll come up with ways to make her laugh or at least smile.

If you don't care to Post, become a "Follower", shown at bottom of blog page and show Connie that there are many people thinking of her. The road is long. We're still waiting for an MRI before the next surgery can be performed. Waiting is so very hard.

Thank you for all the messages, prayers and well wishes received thus far. It means the world to us.

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