It must be a quirk of my brain that a scene from a movie or lyrics from a song pop into my head when I’m trying to ‘allegorise’ (is that even a word?) a set of circumstances on this Big Breast Adventure. I’d blame the chemo, as I have for any vagueness, forgetfulness or just plain stupidity in the past four years, but this is something my family will attest has been an annoying fixture of my temperament for ages – long before cancer darkened my door. And I’m about to do it again now, dear readers, this time pointing you in the direction of the indomitable Shirley MacLaine as Doris Mann in the late, great Carrie Fisher’s book and film Postcards from the Edge.
Dear readers, I’m thrilled to tell you that this blog is a repost of one I wrote for ‘The Universe Talks’ website TUT.com, established by Mike Dooley author of such works as Manifesting Change, Infinite Possibilities and The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell You.
I signed up to receive Mike’s fabulous ‘Notes from the Universe‘ many years ago, long before My Big Breast Adventure started. These little notes are delivered to my email inbox daily, free of charge and I find them welcome, whimsical reminders that each day above ground is a good day.
Please enjoy this repost and if you like the sound of any of the books mentioned here, be sure to click on the links provided and order from my new friends at Australia’s largest online bookstore, Booktopia. That way you can get the goods despatched right to your door!
All the breast and bless you for reading.
It’s official, dear readers, the Big Breast Adventure blog is about to become a book. My publisher For Pity Sake and I have just launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to help make this happen. I am also very pleased to be able to provide you with a bit of ‘trusted insider’ information on the book – and remember, you heard it here first!
…to be an Australian or an ex-cancer patient as it happens. A dear friend referred to the ending of my last post – The Definition of Insanity – as a ‘cliffhanger’ beseeching me to hurry up and write about the historic meeting between my Oncologist and my Naturopath. While we Australians are currently enduring the longest federal election campaign in history, I’ve taken the liberty of borrowing one of the only coinable phrases to come out of the mouth of our current PM, Malcolm Turnbull, and adapted it shamelessly to my current circumstances. (No sirree – ‘Jobs and Growth’ didn’t make the cut.)