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Gail Yelton
Gail Yelton
I love your new Motto...and it's so true.  Today is what's important.  congratulations Abby on your book and all the attention it's getting.  I can't wait to read it.  When is your Good Morning America appearance going to be?  Let us know.  Nothing but best wishes to you, Tony, and the boys.
Karen Lovro
Karen Lovro
Abby, congratulations on the completion of your new book! I look forward to reading it, and sharing it. Breast cancer is a very scary thing (any cancer is a scary thing), but pushing it into the light, talking about it honestly, finding some humor in facing it, takes a bit of that scariness away. Job well done, Karen
Carol LeDuc
Carol Leduc
Caught your story in the Pioneer Press this morning and as a two time survivor (Hodgkins Disease in 1970, Breat Cancer in 1996)  I can relate to the need for humor in all the dark times.  I recall vividly the spring day I sat glumly and hairless in our little apartment on Grand Avenue when my young husband coaxed me out into the bright sun, saying "sit out here in the sun  and maybe your hair will grow!"   Thanks for being brave enough to revisit the hard days in your hope to  make it easier for others. 
carrie hubmer
carrie hubmer
Abby, I am so excited to read your book.  I have followed you on caringbridge but have never wrote anything.  I have said lots of prayers for you and have laughed alot.  When you got the all clear I was so happy for you and so glad you continued to write on your caringbridge.  You are such a strong woman, an inspiration for all women going through this.  My mom went through all this a year before you, can not wait for her read your story.  You are an amazing woman.

Your Mallard Lake Friend,
Carrie Hubmer
Karen Lovro
Karen Lovro
Abby, congratulations on the completion of your new book! I look forward to reading it, and sharing it. Breast cancer is a very scary thing (any cancer is a scary thing), but pushing it into the light, talking about it honestly, finding some humor in facing it, takes a bit of that scariness away. Job well done, Karen
carrie hubmer
carrie hubmer
Abby, I am so excited to read your book.  I have followed you on caringbridge but have never wrote anything.  I have said lots of prayers for you and have laughed alot.  When you got the all clear I was so happy for you and so glad you continued to write on your caringbridge.  You are such a strong woman, an inspiration for all women going through this.  My mom went through all this a year before you, can not wait for her read your story.  You are an amazing woman.

Your Mallard Lake Friend,
Carrie Hubmer
Gail Yelton
Gail Yelton
I love your new Motto...and it's so true.  Today is what's important.  congratulations Abby on your book and all the attention it's getting.  I can't wait to read it.  When is your Good Morning America appearance going to be?  Let us know.  Nothing but best wishes to you, Tony, and the boys.
Carol LeDuc
Carol Leduc
Caught your story in the Pioneer Press this morning and as a two time survivor (Hodgkins Disease in 1970, Breat Cancer in 1996)  I can relate to the need for humor in all the dark times.  I recall vividly the spring day I sat glumly and hairless in our little apartment on Grand Avenue when my young husband coaxed me out into the bright sun, saying "sit out here in the sun  and maybe your hair will grow!"   Thanks for being brave enough to revisit the hard days in your hope to  make it easier for others. 
Gail Yelton
Gail Yelton
I love your new Motto...and it's so true.  Today is what's important.  congratulations Abby on your book and all the attention it's getting.  I can't wait to read it.  When is your Good Morning America appearance going to be?  Let us know.  Nothing but best wishes to you, Tony, and the boys.
Karen Lovro
Karen Lovro
Abby, congratulations on the completion of your new book! I look forward to reading it, and sharing it. Breast cancer is a very scary thing (any cancer is a scary thing), but pushing it into the light, talking about it honestly, finding some humor in facing it, takes a bit of that scariness away. Job well done, Karen
Carol LeDuc
Carol Leduc
Caught your story in the Pioneer Press this morning and as a two time survivor (Hodgkins Disease in 1970, Breat Cancer in 1996)  I can relate to the need for humor in all the dark times.  I recall vividly the spring day I sat glumly and hairless in our little apartment on Grand Avenue when my young husband coaxed me out into the bright sun, saying "sit out here in the sun  and maybe your hair will grow!"   Thanks for being brave enough to revisit the hard days in your hope to  make it easier for others. 
carrie hubmer
carrie hubmer
Abby, I am so excited to read your book.  I have followed you on caringbridge but have never wrote anything.  I have said lots of prayers for you and have laughed alot.  When you got the all clear I was so happy for you and so glad you continued to write on your caringbridge.  You are such a strong woman, an inspiration for all women going through this.  My mom went through all this a year before you, can not wait for her read your story.  You are an amazing woman.

Your Mallard Lake Friend,
Carrie Hubmer