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Nancy’s Point Is Five Years Old!

Nancy’s Point has now been around for five years. Five years! This fact is rather astounding even to me because when I started blogging, I had no idea what I was doing or where I was headed as far as blogging goes. Many days I still don’t, but I have learned a thing or two about blogging since that day I first pushed the publish button and maybe I’ll share some of those things later. Of course, the most astounding thing even now, after five years, is that I am blogging about breast cancer at all. But here we are…

For now, I simply want to say thank you, dear readers, for reading Nancy’s Point. You are awesome. You inspire. You encourage. You keep me going. You do!

And I am grateful.

Thank you, dear readers! 

You’re the best!

How many blogs do you read regularly?

Why do you read blogs?

Why do you read Nancy’s Point?

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20 thoughts to “Nancy’s Point Is Five Years Old!”

  1. I am so glad I found your blog. It is so relevant in every way. Never stop blogging Nancy. I love it when I see a new post in my email.
    Hugs and happy 5th birthday!
    Mary Ellen

    1. Mary Ellen, I’m glad you found my blog too. I don’t know how long I’ll keep at it, but for now, I plan to keep churning out blog posts. Who knew I’d have so much to say about BC? Thank you for the good wishes and thank for you for reading Nancy’s Point.

  2. Happy 5 Years, Nancyspoint! (I always liked that name, BTW.)

    I read about 10-15 blogs weekly. I wish I had the time to read more. It all depends when people post and how often. Timing is different for each blogger which helps me keep up with the reading.

    I blog to connect, to help in any way that I can and to not feel alone in my cancer mess. Blogging is also therapeutic for me.

    I enjoy reading your blog, Nancy!

    1. Rebecca, I wish I had time to read more blogs, too, and I read them for the same reasons you do. Thank you for the kind words and for being such a loyal reader. And btw, I can’t take credit for my blog’s name. That was dear hubby’s idea. Thanks again.

  3. Happy 5th anniversary of your blog!! I have enjoyed reading them soon after logging on in the mornings! I am sure you have inspired many people who are dealing with breast cancer too. Keep up the good work Nancy!!

    God Bless You!
    MyraL

  4. Thank you so much for staying the course with your blog. So much of what you have written resonates strongly with me and helps me not feel alone. I have shared so many of your posts (cancer is not a gift, why reconstruction is not a boob job and when a billboard is offensive). Your writing has helped me to trust my own emotional reactions to my cancer rather than trying to fit into a normative path for treatment and recovery. Virtual hug from your neighbour to the north – Wendy, Vancouver BC

    1. Wendy, Reading comments like yours is very validating for me because my main purpose is to encourage others to trust their own emotional reactions and refrain from trying to fit into some impossible idea of what the ‘ideal’ cancer patient should look like. So thank you. And thank you for sharing those posts too. Virtual hug received and sending one your way as well.

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