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Bump in the Road
Life hasn't been easy for me, for us (my four children and my husband). We went through a series of unfortunate events. Right before my 40th birthday in November, I found a lump, so I made an appointment for January and forgot about it. In the new year, our lives would be better — or so we thought...
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