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She is still recovering from this surgery, and will be visiting Cancer Treatment Centers of America in just over a week to get another opinion about what, if any, further treatment is necessary to ensure a full recovery. She may need chemotherapy or radiation, or she may not. Either way, she is ready to continue to fight this disease in any way necessary. She is a true warrior, and I admire her courage so much. She WILL beat this, once and for all, and this beast called "Cancer" will be nothing more than a conquest she can tuck under her belt.
In the meantime, there is a lot of fear and uncertainty. Cancer is frightening, not only for those suffering from it, but for everyone who loves them as well. So when I hear about companies who play an active role in the fight against cancer, I truly appreciate it. Every effort counts. Every bit of awareness counts. One day this will be a thing of the past, but it will take a lot of heroes to get there.
The Inspiration White Wine was much like a Chardonnay, but with something extra. The crisp, fruity notes played very well on the palate, and had no offensive aftertaste. This wine was amazing with a nice salad and seafood meal! (Okay....So I just ate the salad, since I don't eat sea-creatures. Dan said it was the perfect accompaniment to his fish!)
The Inspiration Red was full-bodied and rich, and was delicious with my almost-famous stuffed chicken parmesan. The red was also quite fruity, which I loved, and even had notes of chocolate. This would be the perfect wine for a romantic evening alone with that special someone. Or at least I think it would be....I don't really know what "alone" means with 2 toddlers and a teen in the house!