“I’m sorry it smells like bacon in here. We just made breakfast,” I said.
“Oh that’s something that never needs an apology,” she responded.
Meet Ms. T, a beautiful and self-loving woman who took breast cancer by the horns and said “Not today.” Having endured a double-mastectomy, Ms. T didn’t let it define her. She accepted it and reclaimed her sex appeal. When she knew she was inevitably going to lose her hair through chemotherapy, she donated all of it to “Locks of Love” so a child also going through chemotherapy could receive a wig during the transition.
Today, she’s “owning her own beauty” and becoming comfortable in her own skin. What an amazing woman!