I wanted to be a Survivor Artist again because it allows me to use my creativity to support WBCC, as well as hang out with my amazingly beautiful survivor sisters! My Rare Chair Affair experience in 2012 was inspiring and it gave me the opportunity to challenge myself and have fun doing it. I am thrilled to have been asked back and I look forward to seeing my talented sisters and their wonderfully rare chairs.
Since my initial diagnosis, my survivorship has been about . . .
Living, Loving and Laughing. There’s nothing like cancer to force you to figure out who you are. . . . But once that happens, you can live life to the fullest, love every minute of it and laugh till you fall over. That sounds like a great life to me!