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July 13, 2000 - Traveling

More travel - first to Boston/Plymouth MA for two very important events. My mother-in law's birthday was July 6th and we wanted to be there for her day and to spend a few days relaxing by the "pond" where she lives. She was 91 years young! Secondly, I visited the Aurora Breast MRI Center at Faulkner Hospital in Boston . The Aurora is an awesome machine! It was developed specifically to do MRIs of the breast - what's way cool about it is that you go in feet first (no more claustrophobia) and lay face down. The breasts drop through two holes in the platform so that accurate MRIs can be taken. The MRI takes "pictures" up into the chest wall which is great for those of us who only have one breast but still worry about what may be happening in the vicinity of the missing one! I'm very fortunate - there are only about seven of these machines around the country - and we have a reason twice a year at exactly the right times to be where one of them is located!

Then we were off to Toronto for Roy's business. He met with the President of Ajilon Canada and I spent a wonderful day with a good NSA buddy, Reva Nelson. We had lunch, then hiked through the gorgeous three islands, then had cocktails with Roy and company before Reva had to leave. What a great place to be and what great company. Then home.

Thanks for listening to me and for caring and being my friends!!!



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Sometimes the urge to do something overwhelmingly fun and unexpected just seizes hold of Deb. Here she is at a party, planting a kiss on the cheek of surprised waiter who had complimented her just seconds before. This is Deb with Bonnie Ross Parker. Deb and Bonnie originally met online and quickly became good friends. She an example of the people, all over the country, who took on breast cancer walks and supported Deb in many ways. This is Deb with two good friends, Eva Marie Everson and Linda Evans Shepherd.