Tuesday, November 02, 2004
Where in the World is . . . . ?
A few months ago when I started this blog I never thought I would ever reach 10,000 hits. About 4,000 hits are unique visitors and the rest are repeat visitors. It amazes me! The only thing that comes to mind is where the heck are all of you coming from?

I've added a new feature to the blog. Check out the "Guest Map" feature in the right column. Rather than sign a guest book, you can plot your location on the map and leave a message too. It will be interesting to see how far and wide we can take our message of breast cancer awareness and the importance of early detection from this little ol' blog. It will likely get crowded here in sunny and glorious Southern California, but it's okay. Just keep crowding them all in there like we do with the general population. And if you go on vacation or travel and check the blog from that location, feel free to plot your destination on the map there too. I apologize in advance for any pop-ups, but this is a free service and someone needs to fund it.

Join me in my countdown to Thursday, we are getting closer by the minute to my last chemo treatment! Make it a great day today!
Written by Jeannette Vagnozzi
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Name: Jeannette
Location: Southern California, USA

This is my story about being diagnosed with breast cancer at age 39. I thought I was out of the woods, but four years late it came back. This is my quest to be a two-time survivor.

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