A little help from my friends....   |   Saturday, July 24, 2010



The line from a popular song, "a little help from my friends" rings so true today.... What would we do without friends? Sometimes friends are closer to us than family. These friends rallied together to create a little party at the studio. Celebrating their successes in battling cancer, they all came together to rejoice with photos. Stacy C. is a breast cancer survivor who has such a POSITIVE attitude about the disease, the process and her recovery. I'm sure that attitude has so much to do with survival and recovery. These three women obviously care about each other a lot! Lisa P. didn't have to do chemo and obviously didn't loose her beautiful long hair, but you can see that she certainly carries a burden for her dear friend who did. They made me laugh at their casual attitudes about the "girls" and this time in their lives. I'm sure they'll be happy to be on the other side of this battle! Thanks ladies... you made my day!

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Anonymous Larry and Lisa Palmer said...

We love you Stacy. We are so proud of how you have conquered cancer. Your toughness and attitude is an inspiration for all women who have
gone thru this disease. We look forward to having you in our lives as a cancer free survivor.
Love the Palmers

July 24, 2010 at 12:21 PM  
Anonymous Bonnie said...

Stacy C. is my beautiful daughter of whom I am extremely proud and Love! Stacy's courage and strength has amazed me from the beginning and still does. I am so thankful for her wonderful friends that have stood by her with their wit,humor,hugs and most of all love. Stacy has shown me cancer can be battled and beaten. Love You! Mom

July 24, 2010 at 5:13 PM  
Anonymous Carol D. said...

I'm so very honored to have you as my friend, Stacy, although it's unfortunate that it was breast cancer that brought us together. Will never forget the day we met! I'm so proud of you for your incredible strength (I'm pretty sure it's our Yooper-ness that gives us even more strength, eh?!!), sense of humor (also Yooper!), and your amazing attitude (.....Yooper!)!! I KNOW your experience will help future survivors. Love you bunches!!

July 25, 2010 at 9:32 AM  
Anonymous Brandei Besteman (Gallagher) said...

Stacy is a longtime friend of mine from high school. She has always had a wonderful sense of humor and she has always been very kind hearted. Always a positive thing to say to someone who was down, always a joke or wise crack to make someone smile when they needed it most. It does not surprise me that she has been able to stay so strong and have such a positive outlook on life thru out her battle. She has an amazing support system with her, Most of these friends are friends she has had for most of her life. That says a lot about a persons character when they still have such loving,faithful friends. The women in this picture are beautiful and beautifully portrayed. Stacy, you have never looked more radiant, full of life and spunk or hope. And you certainly have never looked more beautiful.

July 26, 2010 at 10:17 PM  

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