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September 14, 2008

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eldevlin

Happy 8 months to you indeed!
We are all happy to have you around with your huge heart and infectious optimism. I love forward to reminding you of this in another 80 months and beyond that. Stay healthy, stay strong and stay you!

Ded Ryzing

Congrats and good on ya! Let there be many, MANY more 14th's for you.

bint alshamsa

I know I don't often post here but I do read. I have a hard time telling other cancer survivors how much hearing their experiences help me cope on the bad days, but...

Eden Spodek

Congratulations! The one-year mark is only around the corner. Thanks for reminding everyone that the decision whether or not to have reconstruction is a highly personal one. At the end of the day, your health both physical and emotional is the most important thing, and that includes doing what you feel is best for YOU!

Susan Koutalakis

Congrats! I applaud your decision. There was a story in Parade Mag today that reminded me of an old blog post of yours. I think this is it...http://www.parade.com/features/inspiration/ways-to-cope-with-chemo

Steve Mooney

Alicia wrote, "...a big thank you to Steve who continues to stand by me and reminds me each and every day that life is a beautiful thing..."

I just try to live by The Woody Allen Doctrine: "80% of life is just showing up."

Congratulations, Alicia!

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