Copperwoman's Healing Journey Story

I am alive and well!

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last entry April '05
April 1 • I'm Radiant
ril 16 • 23 Down, 9 to Go

March '05
March 8 • Going to the Tanning Salon
March 22 • Way Behind

January '05
Jan 8 • Aloha at last!
Jan 15 • Surgery date confirmed
Jan 17 • Spirits are lifted
Jan 22 • We Rocked the Hospital!
Jan 26 • Proclaimed Cancer Free!

December '04
Dec 12 • It's all good

November '04
Nov 5 • Done with chemo "Light"
Nov 18 • Gratitude for Abundance Overflowing
Nov 24-28 • Thank you everyone

October '04
Oct 2 • Rest when you have to, Dance when you can
Oct 8 • 3 down, one to go
Giving Thanks for Life Concert page archive
Oct 23 • Rolling along

September '04
Sept 2 • Dancing
Sept 5 • I waken with love
Sept 14 • A tear rises and falls
Sept 15 • Miracle white blood count
Sept 22 • Feelin good

August '04
Aug 11 • Light to the Lymphs! Negative nodes
Aug 23 • Some catching up to Do
Aug 27 • Superwoman lays down her cape
Aug 31 • Bouncing Back

July '04
July 10 • Day after surgery
July 16 • We shine our llights
July 30 • What's new today?

iThe Hair Story

Durning the process of chemotherapy, my hair fell out. I did not cut it as many people do, but rather, experienced the process, day by day, of losing my hair. I set up my camera on a tripod and took quicktime videos of the process. I had a great time doing it although people don't seem to find it as amusing as I did.

I have posted all of the episodes of the "Losing My Hair" story on YouTube.