8 responses to “‘Cause One is the Loneliest Number”

  1. kim

    loving your blog voice. and amen to symmetry.

  2. Zak

    damn. i was going to grow a unibrow in solidarity.

  3. gena

    C: Great blog! If you don’t mind, I’ll link to it on my Web site. It’ll be a great addition.

    One FYI in case other newbies read your blog: I had six weeks of radiation and it was pretty much a cakewalk. No skin damage (even seven years later) or others issues so far. I think I’m pretty typical, but that’s not to say people don’t have problems. Just don’t want to scare off people who are lumpectomy candidates and would require radiation.

    Keep going! We need voices like yours.

    1. pinkisnotmycolor

      Gena, Thanks for the comment. I hear what you’re saying. I don’t want to scare anyone away from having a lumpectomy with radiation. I think it’s a great option for a lot of women. Trust me, I was tempted. But when the plastic surgeon said my breast would be demolished by the lumpectomy, I was no longer interested.

  4. marissa

    girlfriend, you are brave and sassy. i say off with ’em…don’t let anything get in the way of a handstand.

  5. Barb Freda

    Uh oh. Now I might have to vacuum with symmetry.

  6. Jackie Dishner

    Barb,

    Wouldn’t that require two vacuums?

    Catherine,

    Thinking about you as you head into surgery…

  7. Jane Goodman

    I love the way you developed yoga as a way to counter the asymmetries of your body. And you have done it so beautifully. I often hear your voice during my morning yoga routine. And I look forward to being able to rejoin the class next fall. (In fact I’m already pleased to know that my schedule does not conflict with the class if it’s still at the same time)

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