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Posted on May 17, 2011 by Donna Peach life is exhausting time for a quick escape to sweet tranquility ♦ blue skies and sun drench us with its lazy haze not a thought to hold ♦ leaving stress behind we … Continue reading
Throw back Thursday. Waiting. When someone is passionate about life and they want to get ever bit of what’s left, the irony is they do a lot of waiting. Waiting for the things that are being done to extend it … Continue reading
WEBINAR. METASTATIC BREAST CANCER: CUTTING-EDGE RESEARCH FROM NATIONAL CANCER Patricia Steeg, PhD, Chief of Women’s Cancers Section at the Center for Cancer Research at NCI, will present her novel research relating to metastatic breast cancer, including the development of experimental … Continue reading
Hello! Komen LA County is exciting about the fast approaching 2nd Annual Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference on October 11th, 2014 in Culver City, CA. We hope that you can join us again at this exciting free education, support, … Continue reading
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How would you feel in the event that you were to own a unique, hand crafted chair while helping a paramount social reason? October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Regencyshop will partake In three topical auctions: Eero Aarnio Ball … Continue reading
Posted on August 17, 2012 cancer roars at me / i roar back and walk away / you don’t control me © 2012 Donna Peach. All rights reserved.
Donna put a lot of love and hard work into her writing. And she loved this blog and the people who took the time to read it. It was her goal to bring information that would help those living with … Continue reading
On Sept 26th, 2013, marked the 6th month since Donna danced into the light. Somehow it doesn’t seem that long. In other ways, it seems a lifetime ago. A lot has happened since that day in March. A lot of … Continue reading
Happy Birthday, Sweet Donna. You have no idea how much I miss you. I know this the first birthday in years you get to celebrate with your parents. Most be some party. While the world has grown a little dimmer … Continue reading
For those who may be interested, there will be services for Donna. Here is the info. They will be held at: McKenzie Mortuary 3843 East Anaheim Street Long Beach, CA 90804 562 961 9301 800 791 4099 … Continue reading
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I have a 3 foot metal candle holder. I used to burn candles on when Donna was in the hospital and would be sleeping at home. It’s placed almost in the middle of the loft ground floor. Now, I’ll burn … Continue reading
Sorry I haven’t updated the post in the last couple of days. I spent the nights with Donna at the hospital and they block her blog. Saturday Donna had problems with breathing. She could speak to me in short 2 … Continue reading
Today, Donna continues on her roller coaster ride with her health. Yesterday she was looking a bit better. Fevers were coming under limited control, she was eating and was able to sit and have a conversation. Today the roller coaster … Continue reading
Donna was moved from her room to an Isolation room. The fear was that she might have an airborne infection. That proved to be wrong when tests came back. She will probably be moved back to a regular room. She’s … Continue reading
Slept three hours, not enough to put a spring in one’s step. At 6:00 am a platoon of medical staff came in waves finishing with my medical team. Lots of speculation but probably a nasty UTI. Possible c-diff but seems … Continue reading
Today, Donna was admitted to the hospital. For the past 6 days, she had a low grade fever. Today they had her come in to see what was going on. They found that she had a dangerously low blood pressure … Continue reading
Ups and downs with the fever again but within a reasonable range. These fevers really steal your energy. Right now I am trying to lower it again after a spike to almost 102. I can tell when it is starting … Continue reading