Friday, October 7, 2011

A Picture

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.

It's official.

At the ripe old age of forty one years old, I now get the best parking spots. Once I can drive again.

October 13th is Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day.  Click on link to explore ideas and activities.


  1. Yes, this picture is quite telling isn't it? I'm thinking of a few choice words of my own right now, but the ones I'll type are: It totally stinks that you need this. Totally.


  2. Yes, Rach, I too am finding it hard to choose a suitable word for this. It's crap. It's wrong. It shouldn't be happening. But it is and you are living this changed reality. Very poignant to post this picture.
    Best to you, Sarah

  3. You just broke my heart. Sending love and hugs your way..... xoxox

  4. This picture does, indeed, capture it all. I'm so sorry about this crap that's caused you to need that handicapped parking spot tag.

    It sucks.

    Sending love and hugs your way,


  5. I don't know if my other comment was posted. I've been having problems with getting comments on my Blogger site, so I'm not sure if you are encountering problems.

    Anyway, all I wanted to say was it sucks that you need that sign. A picture does indeed say it all. I'm so sorry...

  6. A thousand words indeed. Yet I can't find a single one to say. Keep telling it how it is, big big hugs xxxxxx

  7. Turbo jets on those wheels, so you can leave all this crap eating your dust!

    xxoo ~TC

  8. Situation sucks - but can you use it in NYC? Miss you love you - hope to give you a chuckle...

  9. All I can say: luv 4 you.

    I just listened to a webinar on metastatic breast cancer, which was really informative, and a lot of complex information was relayed, but it didn't provide me with something to give you, today.

    But that doesn't deter me one iota.


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