The Triple C’s

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Cancer. Coffee. Club.  That is what Triple C’s means.  What does that exactly mean you ask?  Let me tell you.  It’s my girl squad, my cancer girl squad!  Guess what, you can’t sit with us.  Why?  Because you don’t have cancer.  You lucky bitch you.

Who is in this super-duper fancy club?  My new friends.  My new friends who unfortunately have cancer also.  We are ok- NO PITY ALLOWED!  I have told you about my friend who has cancer, the one I so weirdly went to elementary school with.  Now get this, our new friend who is also being treated by the same oncologist lives in the house behind my other friend!  This shit is getting creepy by how small this world is.  It is an insane little coincidence and we couldn’t be happier that we were all introduced.

I have mentioned before how amazing it is to have other women to speak to regarding chemotherapy, side effects, cancer sucking and general life.  It is even more special to really LIKE the people who you are introduced to! One of them is onto treatment 5 next week, I am on 4 and the other is going into 3.  By October we will all have had our surgery and be done!

I really feel fortunate to have met these women, I guess cancer really works in mysterious ways!

In other news, I decided to take on a new project today.  I am so brilliant.  I have decided to donate my  baby carriers to an orphanage in South Africa.  So along with dealing with cancer, chemo side effects and more, I am now gathering baby carriers from all over the country.  I am so brilliant.  If you have one to donate, let me know and I will include it in the box.

Here is a pic of me and the gals today!

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xo,

Jessie

5 thoughts on “The Triple C’s”

  1. I don’t have a baby carrier to donate butI am not surprised you are doing this, you have always had a big heart !
    It runs in the family . And by the way I saw that picture of Dylan showing off his dimple ….just like mommys! To darn cute.
    Really just wanted to send you a hug today and also tell u I loved the picture of and your “C” group. Send hugs to the girls….too!

  2. I’m so happy you have found these young women, one of whom I know. I wish you ALL the best. It’s so nice to, fortunately and unfortunately have each other through this time to share war stories with! What a great idea about the carriers. I will check with Arika when I get home. Maybe she’s already contacted you. Hugs.

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