Susie Strong

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Today is a momentous day for a fellow WordPress blogger.

Slide1Susie of the blog, Susie Lindau’s Wild Ride is about to take down an enemy too many of us, our friends and relatives have battled.

She’s recently been diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer and has decided a double mastectomy was her best option.  She’s bravely writing about her experiences in The Boob Report in hopes she can put a positive, humorous spin on cancer while helping others.

This morning she’s going to sit down with cancer in the operating room and have a little chat. Then promptly kick its ass. Demand it vacate the premises immediately —

“Don’t let the door hit ya on the way out”

Susie,

We are all here rooting for you and we know you will come back better, stronger and healthier. Keep that sense of humor alive as it will comfort you. As will the love of your family and friends.

And I’ll be sending all my thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes your way today.

Please, promise me you’ll rest and be kind to yourself!

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Readers, if you’d like, please leave Susie a message below to boost her spirits and help her smile on her road to recovery. Thank you!

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A huge thank you to brickhousechick from the blog swimmingtomy50s for organizing this
Susie Strong-a-palooza!

***UPDATE***

Susie has posted on her blog her husband’s update that her surgery went very well. You can read it here if you’d like–> Boob Report 3 Post-Op. Thanks to everyone for your kind words, you guys are The Best.

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49 thoughts on “Susie Strong

  1. Le Clown

    Darla,
    I don’t know Susie, but indeed, most positive, awesome, magnificent™ and loving thoughts her way.
    Le Clown

    1. Le Clown

      Darla,
      I take it back, the not knowing Susie part… Of course I know Susie… I’m not a regular reader of hers, but this one hit me like a ton of bricks. Off to her blog I go.
      Le Clown

  2. Susie Strong indeed! The big C had no clue who it was messing with when it landed in Susie’s breast….poooleeese. Susie is being held in a positive light today for healing, strength and peace of mind. You Rock Susie!

  3. Reblogged this on Life With The Top Down and commented:
    Take a moment to keep Susie in your positive thoughts today. She has made the brave decision to have a double mastectomy today after finding out that Cancer had made it’s way to her right breast. Susie is a force to be reckoned with, but we all need a little extra love every now and then, so take a moment today to send some to Susie. Susie Strong Rocks On!

  4. Hi Susie. I’m a pancreatic cancer survivor, and I can tell you one thing: cancer is a wuss! It’s like the playground bully who is only tough until someone actually stands up to it.
    I have a few articles on my blog regarding my process and how I beat cancer’s sorry little ass, if you are interested
    Good luck, and best wishes!
    joel

  5. My lifelong friend had to make this decision last year as well and she is stronger, cancer free and more fabulous today than ever! Plus, she loves her new boobs – says they haven’t looked this good since high school!:) Sending Susie all the love, support, strength and prayers imaginable! Your laughter will help and heal! Cancer can suck it!!

  6. Best wishes to Susie! As a husband to a woman, son to a different woman and dad to yet another wom…little girl, and a man who just loves boobies, I hate to hear about any woman having to deal with this. I’ll say an extra prayer for your speedy recovery!

  7. Go get ’em Suzie!
    Just think of how often you will be able to use the phrase, “So, me and Angelina Jolie…….” Sending you positive thoughts, vibes, healing voodoo and all that good stuff. If I could send you lasagna, I’d do that, too!

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  9. Go Susie! Your humor will beat the pants off of cancer. It’s the only way to win against such a nasty bully. And win you will, to quote Yoda.

  10. Even though I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting Susie Strong yet, I’m sending positive vibes and a plentitude of smiles to support her in battle. As a survivor of ovarian cancer, I have all the respect in the world for her as she laces up and takes on the Big C, and from your description, it sounds like she is more than ready to kick it to the curb. Go, Susie Strong, go … and just keep on going strong.

  11. Susie, I haven’t read your blog (yet) and don’t know you (ditto), but I already know you’re awesome. Two reasons – 1, you know Darla. 2, I lost my mother-in-law to metastasized breast cancer, and know a lot of ladies who have gone through this disease. Your courage in facing this so bravely is beyond commendable. I know you’ll come through this with flying colours!

  12. Susie needs our prayers. Not so much for a quick recovery, but for the patience to remain still long enough to heal. I’ve got a feeling that as soon as the anesthesia wears off she’ll be prowling, looking for a Wifi outlet to let us know she kicked a$$ and is back on-line.

  13. I don’t know if I’ve ever read Susie’s blog, but I am rooting for her . . . and so touched by the outpouring of love and well wishes. I want to give everyone (except cancer, which I’d grant a kick in the face) a giant hug.

    Rock on, Susie.

  14. DARLA! You are amazing. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
    I had no idea this was going on, but I literally woke up on Friday morning singing like I was going to a five star spa! I couldn’t figure out why I wasn’t nervous. I was super happy with tons of energy. It was because of this and all of your prayers. I really believe this is the reason my prognosis it so great!

    I am just about to post an update. I am still very out of it so let me know if you find any typos!
    It still hurts to type. Who knew chest muscles did so much work? I should have been a 38DDDD instead of a 34 barely B!
    Thanks so much again! ****Muah**** Sending lots of positive energy right back atcha!

    1. You are more than welcome, Susie! I am thrilled to know you felt everyone’s positive vibes and energy and love that day. It’ll help you recover all the quicker. (and you didn’t go for the 38DDDD?)

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