Not Again

I am beyond blessed to have amazing women in my life. I feel honored to call them friends and their strength, compassion, grace, and humility leave me wanting to be a better person. You should all know my friend Kelly by now. Well, in case you're unfamiliar, it's time to meet Shelley. This is not my story to tell, I'm just here to love and support along the way. But to make a long story short, Shelley was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Read her blog. Send her hugs. Keep her in your thoughts. Love you Shelley!!

On a lighter note, John is now concerned that breast cancer is contagious. He is insisting on twice-daily breast exams, and he feels it necessary that he perform them, just to be sure. I can't get anything done around the house!


Christi said...

I am so sorry for your friend! Please send her my best healing vibes!

jb said...

Hahaha I am glad that there is a good side to all of this cancer in my Kansas friends! I think that more Jaybirds should have their boobs felt by whoever they think would do a good job at it. For their health, of course.

Shelley Flones said...

I guess I was so busy having cancer that I missed this post!! Thank you for your kind words. I love you Sam!!! I am happy to share my blog with whomever would like to follow. I have already encouraged 3 mammograms from my readers!


Love you!!! xoxo