Dee Does’nt Do Cancer

Beyond Excited – Ladies we are going to SMASH The Guinness Book of World Records for the Worlds Largest Skinny Dip

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Thought I would write a blog about this new unwelcome but challenging chapter in my life.  What you will find is an honest opinion of my journey with cancer – if coarse language and dodgy wit are not your thing maybe this is not for you!   Doing this for myself (I think) and hoping that it will make women understand breast cancer more and get checking those boobies!!!!!

Feel free to join me and comment on anything of interest will be updating it regularly!

If reading blog start from the first post - Tummy Ache to Dodgy Tit

Cheers and this time next year at my party I will be toasting with “Bottoms Up”   Also if leaving a post let me know who you are as most are coming up as Anonymous :-)   I know I have imaginary ones alright!    Feel free to contact me on  dee@kickingtheshiteoutofcancer.com

 

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29 Responses to Dee Does’nt Do Cancer

  1. Anonymous says:

    You go girl!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Great blog, best of luck kicking the shite out of it! Great attitide!

  3. feck ya..had me in tears as soon as i got to the kidz..brilliant blog..keep it up, ur girls will love it when they are older. a bit like ready their mammys secret diary..lol..now you have digested and spoken aloud the hardest part done..from here on in every day is a step on your road to recovery. One day at a time..xxxx

  4. Deirdre says:

    this is absolutely inspirational to read, I’m sure you have a rollarcoaster of a year ahead of you, My sis in law is just at the final end of treatment for BC too and is doing great now thank God. I wish you the very best and I will look forward to catching up with you here.
    All the best , Deirdre – Kay’s School xxx.

  5. deefed says:

    Thanks a million

  6. martina m says:

    Great blog, a friend told me about your blog I enjoyed your honesty so such and I wish you the best in your journey of fighting cancer.
    martina

  7. grAINNE says:

    Hey, Dee,
    I reckon nice shot, I reckon you could deff pull more than a few with the bicker look. How well that would have gone down in Brittas Bay. Not quite sure I want to show it to Paddy or not. i like your writing in the blog, just saying it as it comes to mind. Its good for you I’m sure but good for others too that are not quite as expressive but going through the same shit. Keep it up. You no I luv u BFF

  8. Jan Ohlsson says:

    Hello Dee,

    Laying in bed, wednesday eve. We have arrived from Clane and will go and see some Riverdance performance downstairs at our hotel. Frida wants to see it. I saw it already for 13 years ago when you and Mia were dancing at Starshine in Ystad… Good Fun! Thanks a lot for your hospitality during our stay. You are a loverly person, Dee, and you have lots of supporters in Sweden! Hope to see you and your lovely kids soon. Inculuded your oldest child, Jonas // J,F,K,E

  9. Anonymous says:

    You are great inspiration Dee to anyone suffering, keep up the blog, great to get things off your mind. Glad you are doing well. Tina. xxx

  10. Sarah says:

    Delighted Sean told me about your blog when I asked how you were – read it yesterday – you had me crying and laughing all at the same time – so impressed – you really write from the heart – you are an inspiration missus – when you do kick the shite out of it you’ll have to find something else to write about – your outlook really helps especially at giving us moany holes who have nothing to worry about a kick up the arse!!!!!!!!!!! – Sarah and Declan

  11. Jo says:

    There are too many of us lovely ladies kicking! Two years I’ve been at it and it’s good to read a positive blog, you totally have the right attitude. Keep fighting the good fight, I’m with you all the way! X

    • Deirdre says:

      THanks Jo yes your right way too many of us kicking its not fair! Sorry to hear you have been two years at it poor you can feel for you. THanks again and keep on kicking!!!

  12. John Haynes says:

    I’m glad you were able to survive this traitor disease. You’re very lucky and blessed. We’re so happy for you extraordinary achievement. Thanks for sharing your story with us here. It will sure go a long way and will inspire a lot of cancer victims out there too. It will encourage them to fight because cancer can be defeated!

  13. Emma says:

    Dear Dee,
    I don’t know where to start, but thank you so, so much for writing this blog. I read the whole thing in a few hours and I almost feel like I know you by now, haha! You are such a brave, hilarious, intelligent and inspiring woman and I hope you’re feeling good these days. Thanks to you I’m going to tell (MAKE!) all the women I know to please have their boobs checked next time (and every time) they go to the doctor. Have a wonderful, healthy and peaceful Christmas with your girls, I’ll be thinking of you xxx

    • Deirdre says:

      ahhhhhh thanks a million Emma you have made my day. I get so chuffed with lovely comments like yours and I am so proud when people take the time to read the blog – life at the moment is fan fecking tastic and I am feeling great – thanks a million and hope you have a brilliant Christmas too xxxx

  14. Jibon Roy says:

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  15. shatha says:

    Hii dee,

    my names shatha and I have seen your blog you are truly inspirational. I would like to ask you to help me out .I am a applied science student and I have been asked to interview people who have experienced with cancer. I was wondering if you could help me out by allowing me to interview you about how cancer affected your life. If you are okay with that please email me at ssowidi@outlook.com

    Thank you in advance

  16. Molly says:

    Fair play Dee! You are some woman! I love the spirit and tone of your blog. It’s so important for this subject to be talked about. My dad was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer and he too has started writing a blog, its in a different vein to yours but hopefully it will also be of some comfort to cancer patients and their loved ones: https://how2livewithcancer.blogspot.ie. Keep doing what your doing! You’re fab. XoXo