Author Archives: Arlene Pretty

Breast Cancer – the biopsy

After my screening mammogram, diagnostic mammogram and ultrasound, the next step was the biopsy. “They found something in the mammogram that needs following up” they said. There was a group of cells that they didn’t like and they wanted to … Continue reading

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Breast cancer – Get your mammograms – annually!

Probably the most important event in my life in the last few years was being diagnosed with breast cancer 29 May 2018. (Funny how I used the exact date and not just the year.  Guess it’s one that will forever … Continue reading

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What’s new with me.

Well, I see it’s been about 6 years since I posted anything. Can’t believe it’s been that long.  Time is going just way to fast. I remember my dad talking about how fast time goes the older you get.  I … Continue reading

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Bee Stings – What to do

  I was out working in the garden today and got stung.  I didn’t even see what it was.  There were no bees, or wasps that I could see in the area.  I’m always very careful to give them their … Continue reading

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Ed Pretty – Wood Artist

Let me introduce you to an outstanding artist, Ed Pretty.  I love his work, all of it, always have and always will.  Unfortunately because the medium he uses was a trade for many years most people still consider it a … Continue reading

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Maybe God Wanted us to Meet the Wrong People

Maybe God wanted us to meet the wrong people before meeting the right one so that when we finally meet the right person, we will know how to be grateful for that gift. Maybe when the door of happiness closes, … Continue reading

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Three Eleven (3:11) – A Lifelong Connection

Mom and I about 1975             Mom and I had a special relationship, on a very unique level.  She had the ability to sense when I was in trouble and needed her.  Not in the traditional mother’s intuition way that … Continue reading

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