Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Think Pink


Meant to do this at the end of October (which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month) and never got to it, but we still wanted to pay tribute to one Ellen Frazier (Shane's Mom) who finished up her final round of radiation recently. They were able to find the lump early because she was walking by a mammogram bus one day and felt like she needed to go in. So, ladies, it's a good lesson to us all to keep up on regular exams! Hearing that your mom has breast cancer is definitely one of the last things you want to hear, but we are SO grateful for how well she has done and admire the positive attitude she has kept through it all. We love you Mom!


6 comments:

case said...

I miss the Fraiziers. Hope you don't mind I found your blog off of the Lunds. Have a super duper day.

Jack, Michelle, and Logan said...

What a hard thing to go through! I'm glad she's doing well!

Stephanie said...

I'm glad she is doing well!

Frazier said...

I know pink is the designated color for breast cancer awareness but it doesnt fit my mom very well. Oakland Raiders black and silver might be a better fit- something tough like she is. I always knew she was tough as nails: from dry-farming as a kid in the tetons, raising a big family with little resources, and dealing with Shane when the cops would bring him home at 3:00 in the morning. She is a great example of the saying "yes its hard- but you can do hard things." I love my tough Mom and hope I can handle what life throws at me with the same pull-up-your-socks attitude. Props to Ellen Frazier!!!!

Kati and Kurt said...

I am so glad that she is doing well. i agree with you about the constant exams....so important. Think Pink!! Oh yeah and what a good idea about the DI and education. Maybe I will try to brush up on my math skills.

J&J Binghameez said...

What a good thing to hear she is doing good! My aunt is going through the same thing and it's amazing to watch these ladies be so strong! How are you feeling? Can't wait to see the new little babe! Tell shane hi for us.