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Second Photo Essay Submission: Droopy Roses

Post Published: 22 April 2011
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Category: dear thyroid contests, Dear Thyroid Letters
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My husband had good intentions when he bought me roses to help me feel better after my 150mc RAI post-thyroidectomy. But the roses got zapped by the RAI!

The smile…the thumbs down…the droopy roses…it all shows the mix of emotions that have followed me through my 11-yr journey w/thyca.

–Jessica Shaw

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5 Responses to “Second Photo Essay Submission: Droopy Roses”

  1. I love this, Jessica! Thanks for sharing it with us.

  2. Mary says:

    Love your picture shows the feeling we have. Your blessed to have a husband that is supportive. Hugs Mary

  3. Sonia Ashe says:

    Wow, that is a wonderful word picture of what Radioactive Iodine does! Hopefull it did that to the rest to the thyroid tissue and cancer cells!
    Love you Jessica,
    Mom

  4. kamila says:

    good job, Jessica! We love you!

  5. Rebeca says:

    Espero que sea asi como se hace!!!
    No sabia que tenias una enfermedad tan dura pero espero que pronto la superes y salgas adelante como las rosas que solo con cortarles el tallo y cambiandolas el agua renacen .
    Animo campeona desde España mis mejores deseos para ti.

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