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Surviving and Smiling
This is taken in the middle of my cancer treatments. I had 4 chemo and 28 radiation treatments this last year. My lovely daughters stuck by my side the whole way.
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According to NBC Green Bay affiliate JRN, in a hard-to-miss moment (at least for the citizens of Green Bay, Wisconsin) a flash mob took place on Thursday July 17 directly outside of historic Lambeau Field, the home of the National Football League's Green Bay Packers.
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