My cancer saga started when I was diagnosed at 38 with Stage 3 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. I have a twisted sense of humor and have tried to continue that laughter and optimism on my journey...

Weekend Update

What to do on Mother's Day weekend?


It was my first Mother's Day post cancer treatment... what should I do? Go to Disney? Have a party? No, for me it was time to lose the mullet...


Hair mullet growing here...


The family went out for hair cuts and then for food. It would not matter what we did, as I was here and alive to do it with these two crazy kids of mine.


Post hair cut lunch with the kids...

I am so lucky to be standing here and able to give love, hugs, and occasional fussing. They may drive me crazy, but I love them like crazy too!!!

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About Amy Brock

Amy Brock is a cancer fighter and survivor. Diagnosed with Infiltrating Breast Cancer at 38 she has gone through chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, hormone therapy, and other procedures since 2013. Post treatment she has been diagnosed with lymphedema, chemo-induced neuropathy and bone degeneration in her back, as well as other issues including dysphagia, bilateral hearing loss, and arthritis. From being completely healthy, to having a variety of issues, Amy began blogging about her experiences as a way to help others. Read more about finding humor in the craziness of cancer at her blog www.tatawarrior.com Amy is the mother of two children and has worked for various non-profit agencies. In addition, she is a fine artist creating works in multiple mediums which can be seen at www.amybrock.com

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