Sunday, November 15

November 14-15

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  1. see something completely different every time I look away and back...

  2. I'm touched by the beauty of these pages. As Seth said so simply words necessary.

  3. These spirals are gorgeous. They really do say it all.

    I am so sorry to read about your test results. My surgeon has told me that most breast cancers begin in the ducts. Ultrasounds and MRIs catch more than mammograms, so I'm very glad you had that ultrasound.

    Sending you all my best wishes for a speedy recovery.


  4. My what beautiful breasts you have. Which one is it, the one with stitching or not.

    These are fantastic Karin.

    How are you today dear one.

    Love Renee xoxo

  5. Mine is the right breast too.

    Karin you are doing what you can. All you can do is see what needs to be done at this point, meet with the people you need to, and do whatever it is you have to do.

    Love Renee xoxo

  6. I loved your pictures because spirals are so symbolic, Often I feel I have done a full circle and life has taken me right back to where i started. But it isn't the same, a spiral, a loop, but not the same. I love Renee's reference to your spirals as breasts. You are clever and sutle for thinking of that xx

  7. Thanks Seth and Lynne :)

    There are a lot of layers to this piece Jay, perhaps they are showing themselves with each look...

    thank you Robyn.

    Hi Angela, yes, it sounds like that's the most common form of breast cancer - ductal carcinoma. My hope is that it's the easiest form to treat as well!

    Why, thank you for noticing Renee!! yes, the cancer is in the right breast, which has been cut and stitched in the past, for a lumpectomy that was 'pre-cancerous' a couple years ago... Yes, I will just keep moving forward, gathering and using the information to achieve the best outcome possible!
    love to you, too xox

    Hi Jasmine, yes, the power of the symbolism in the spiral is that while we come back around, we do it by moving closer and closer to Center - to wholeness, I believe. So I am revisiting breast surgery, disease, at a deeper level, more difficult, but hopefully this will be the final visit and I will achieve the peace of healing and centeredness.

    Thursday will be the day I learn more - the pathology report should be complete, and I have an appointment set to see my surgeon. You have all become a part of my support system, and I will keep you posted on my progress.
    Gratefully yours, Karin

  8. no words
    just love to you
    xox cat

  9. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Karin.

  10. Thank you dear love. How I treasure you. xoox

  11. If you like awards, I am passing one along to you. It's on my blog.

  12. I just read your news. I know that you know every good way to seek healing. May you learn all good things as you take this journey. I'm praying.


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