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Take me back to where I was.
  • Date: 7/27/15 8:14 PM
  • Number: 2715
  • Recommendations: 1
<Why not cut the sleeves off the long sleeved shirts? or are they too warm for summer.>

I wear them in winter and don't want to ruin them. Most of them are light jackets and sweaters, not shirts.

<I will actually be having
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  • Date: 7/25/15 5:47 PM
  • Number: 2713
  • Recommendations: 3
As a breast cancer survivor, I am extremely fortunate that my cancer was Stage 1. I did not need chemotherapy or radiation. [Jumping for joy!] All I need now is to complete reconstructive surgery.

My bilateral mastectomy with implantation
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  • Date: 7/23/15 12:58 AM
  • Number: 889566
  • Recommendations: 1
<I donated a whole slew of clothes (really nice stuff) to a local women's shelter after I lost a bunch of weight. >

Thanks, AngelMay. That is a really nice idea!
Wendy
  • Date: 7/22/15 8:57 PM
  • Number: 889563
  • Recommendations: 3
<Have you considered consulting a good tailor? If they are that nice, it might be worth while to go to a tailor instead of consigning them. >

That's a good idea.

I'm a dressmaker myself. I think I might pin them and see if
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  • Date: 7/22/15 8:27 PM
  • Number: 889560
  • Recommendations: 0
Today I went "shopping" in my own closet. Trying on my dresses for the first time since bilateral mastectomy (cancer surgery) took my 42DDD breasts (1500 g each) and replaced them with much smaller reconstructed "breast mounds"
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  • Date: 7/22/15 8:12 PM
  • Number: 477296
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  • Date: 7/19/15 1:49 PM
  • Number: 477098
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  • Date: 7/19/15 11:16 AM
  • Number: 477085
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Not just science fiction anymore.

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  • Date: 7/18/15 11:00 PM
  • Number: 477065
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  • Date: 7/15/15 5:22 PM
  • Number: 454659
  • Recommendations: 9
I recommend the book, "The Swerve: How the World Became Modern," by Stephen Greenblatt.

"The Swerve" describes the discovery of the Roman poet/ philosopher Lucretius' "On the Nature of Things" by an early
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