Life in the Slow Lane

Life in the Slow Lane

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Check This Out

I few weeks ago I was contacted by The Sarcastic Journalist for an interview about my breast cancer experience. I was seriously honoured to be asked. The article just came out and is really good. Go check it out.


JP said...

That's very cool!!! Before you know it, you'll have thousands of readers!!! I can proudly say I was one of the original Kranki readers before she became the famous cultural icon she is now!! =)

sharkey said...

Wow, Kranki, that's awesome! We'll definitely be able to say we "knew you when." Soon people will be asking to see the gift you sent me. I'll never wash my wallet again!

kalki said...

Heh, you said "boobs" in Ladies' Home Journal. You rock. ;)

eclectic said...

Oh sweet!! Lookie there, Kranki's boobs are in a magazine! Cool!!

Twisteduterus said...

completly awesome!!!

Candace said...

Go Kranki! Go Kranki! Ooooh! Maybe that hunka-hunka Henry read Ladies' Home Journal! And he'll fall madly in love with you because of your perserverance and wit.

Hey, it could happen.

whfropera said...

um Henry? is that hot docs name? wtf? are you not telling us something, missy?

happy and blue 2 said...

You are amazing..

MrsDoF said...

Okay, now I'm just one blog away from somebody who got interviewed for an article in a magazine!
And it was a well-written, positive vibes article to boot!

I'll admit that my lip did a bit of quivering about the part when real life friends didn't come by, but folks from Blogland sent you messages and care packages.
When one door closes, a window opens.

I wrote up a little item and did a link, both to here and the article of the magazine.
Chills and goosebumps about how small our world is.
~~love and Huggs, Diane

Squirl said...

Woo-hoo! You're famous. Well, famouser.
We all knew you before the article.

I'm so glad your online friends were able to help you get through this. I hope Susie's feeling somewhat the same. I love our little blog community. Most people are so supportive.

I'm also very glad that you didn't stop blogging just becaus you kicked cancer's ass. We love havin' you around. Go crush Yoshi for us, you know you want to.

puhpaul said...

That's very cool. My sister was able to make a lot of contacts with breast cancer survivors through the Ladies Home Journal. The people she met online and eventually in person have been a major help in her fight with breast cancer. She's down at the cancer clinic by the VGH again and has had these new friends coming out to see her in a constant stream.
Thanks for the link to the article. Your story has got to be a big help for everyone dealing with cancer.