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It's Not Cancer, It's Just Idaho
     

It's Not Cancer, It's Just Idaho

by Suzanne Hayes
 

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When cancer comes crashing into Suzanne’s peaceful, idyllic life at age forty-five, it doesn’t take long for her to realize this is a crisis she cannot handle without the help of a strong group of friends rallied around her.

Like many women, Suzanne feels so much more comfortable giving help than asking for it. But by reaching out and summoning

Overview

When cancer comes crashing into Suzanne’s peaceful, idyllic life at age forty-five, it doesn’t take long for her to realize this is a crisis she cannot handle without the help of a strong group of friends rallied around her.

Like many women, Suzanne feels so much more comfortable giving help than asking for it. But by reaching out and summoning seven close friends, her Cantser Posse, to assist her as she conquers this disease, she is able to perceive her life with brand new perspective and experience a support system more powerful than any she could have imagined.

“Let us have all that is too much for you,And we will set it free,Far away from you.”

These are among the first of many reassuring words written to Suzanne by her Cantser Posse. The posse’s strength and encouragement will help guide her to the nation’s No. 1 cancer hospital—the place where cancer cells go to die. With their compassion, insight and humor these seven wise friends lead her steadfastly through the chaos that only cancer can create, and into the miraculous occurrences that only faithful friendships can bring about.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045446907
Publisher:
Suzanne Hayes
Publication date:
11/18/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
644,030
File size:
761 KB

Meet the Author

Suzanne Hayes is a five-year cancer survivor living with her fifteen-year-old son in St. Louis, Missouri, where her daughter also attends college. Suzanne is currently reorganizing her life as she expectantly prepares for good things in the second half. She is exceedingly grateful to have survived cancer, moving to Idaho, the death of her father and an unwelcome divorce—and is very happy to put those distressing events behind her. She spends her summers soaking up the healing sparkles of Lake Michigan with her family.

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