Tuesday, March 31, 2009

My Story is Featured!

I am honored to have my blog featured on a wonderful blog called Aberration Nation. I was contacted a few weeks ago about being interviewed for a story to be featured on her site. I want nothing more than to get our story out there. I want everyone to know all hope is not lost if you receive a cancer diagnosis while pregnant. I also want everyone to realize chemotherapy can indeed be done during pregnancy safely contrary to popular belief. Any way shape or form we can get this out there, I want to do. So it is with great pleasure I ask you to go read our story and share your comments. Again thank you to Aberration Nation for featuring mine and Gabriella's story.

Click below to read the story:

11 comments:

Mee2 said...

Wooo Hoooo for you!!! I love your blog. :o)

OldWestMom said...

YEAH!!! Congratulations!!!

How wonderful it must feel to be acknowledged when you're working hard for a good cause. Yahoo!

Alright, I'm off to read the article!

heidi said...

You have a wonderful and inspirational story!!! you go girl! Will check it out.

Chris said...

Congrats! I've followed this blog and your other blog for awhile and its nice to hear good things happening for you.

Mike J said...

That was absolutely fantastic to read. As usual... there's something in my eye...

Jes said...

wow! nice congrats..hope you could be able to help more people exp0eriencing this right now...beacuse of that please accept my award for you! =)
http://ishiethan.blogspot.com/2009/04/perfect-blend-of-friendship-award.html
and http://jeslising.blogspot.com/2009/04/tag-and-award.html

SLColman said...

That is so cool :) Congratulations!!

BTW about the allergies with Gabbi... Sometimes people have very severe reactions to certain foods but none of the traditional testing shows an "allergy". So I wouldn't be in a hurry to get her jabbed either! LOL Just watch her and avoid what you see she has problems with.

Shu Fen said...

congrats! so happy for you ^^ u deserve it! XD

Joanne said...

What an incredibly moving story you have. I'm so thrilled your little girl is doing well and so are you.

Tim said...

Im going there to read it now Sandi. So glad I got to meet you through Ecard.

Love and Prayers,

Tim

Danka said...

Your story is inspirational to me and I wish you all the best! Congrats!