I noiw see it has been awhile since I have been here...perhaps last year at this time asking if you would be so kind to give me a ride to may mamogram on the Pinkie ....i have followed alot of your stores through the years and am imspired....although i have never had breast cancer have had several "call backs" and a biopsy, my mom is a 12 year survivor and I am forever nervous for these appointments and feel like the rides I have asked for each year help me through the processes. I go tomorrow morning at 7:30 not sure if this board is still even used but will ask for a ride and some kind of fun on the bus to keep my mind from gonig to scary places!!! Thanks in advance...Jane )View Thread
Thanks for coming with...I survived the anxiety of the appt...unfortunately they don't tell you anything there I can now sit back and wait for the dreaded "letter" and hope for good news!!! I appreciate the support hoepfully I will get "the letter" by Friday!View Thread
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