It’s been a while since I’ve written an update. There’s been quite a lot going on. So, let’s get caught up.
I guess I’ll start with the most obvious. I’ve completely changed my site. It was time. I needed to do some updating and adding some functionality and for the most part the heavy lifting is done. I still have some tweaking to do but it won’t be as noticeable as what has already been done. I would really like some feedback so, please do leave a comment and let me know what you think. HONEST FEEDBACK. I can take it.
A few notes about the site. You’ll notice there is a video on the side bar as well as new page in the menu called ZubiaLive Videos. If you click on the page, it will explain all about Zubia and why I now have video content. It’s a pretty exciting opportunity and I hope to do more videos going forward. I will post the newest video’s on the sidebar and then move the older ones to the ZubiaLive page. There is also a picture with The Underbelly Magazine Logo. If you click the picture it will take you to The Underbelly where you’ll see where I spend most of my time. There are wonderful articles and content about topics not normally discussed about Breast Cancer. I encourage you to visit the site and take a look around. If you find an article that speaks to you, feel free to share it!
Now backing up a bit…..
The month of October was not only the longest month in history but it was probably the busiest I’ve ever been. And the sickest. Not a good combination at all, let me tell you.
I will share all of that in another post or else you’ll be reading this all night. Let’s just say that my trip to Memphis and then Washington D.C. were not without a few hiccups due to traveling while being sick. I thank my tribe (Melissa McAllister, April Doyle Graves & Melanie Childers) for having my back (literally) and taking care of me when I was too stubborn to ask for help. That’s something I need to work on. Maybe.
So, let me know what you think about the changes and yes, there is now a pop-up for those that have not subscribed to get my updates via email. I hate those too but it’s a necessary evil.
More posts (and a new video) coming soon!
This is wonderful! THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO!
Susan, love the change. Only one negative: the words “Learning to live wth stage IV Breast Cancer” are difficult to see–at least on my i-pad. The color of the letters causes them to get lost in the background. Everything else is clean and inviting.
Thank you! I appreciate your honesty and I fixed that issue! It shows up much better now that I added the tag line to my background picture.
You are welcome. Looks great!
I love it 🙂
Thank you Marie! That means quite a bit to me coming from you 💜
I follow you from the other side of the world and I
love your honesty and openness about a subject that really is not so pretty and pink. Your passion for change and determination to find better treatments gives us all hope that one day maybe our daughters might not have to go through what we have. You are quite inspirational so no wonder your parents seem so proud. So from one Pink sister to another THANK YOU.
I love it 💕💕
Susan, first of all thank you for including us in this. The obvious is that we are beyond proud of (and awed by) your composure, grace and stoicism throughout this ordeal. The second observation is how you have not internalized your diagnosis as if you are the only one ever to suffer this. Your concern is clearly for the universal
good; the advancement of help for everyone with a cancer diagnosis. Commitment, professionalism, straight forward, no nonsense action are your trademarks. We love you! Mom & Dad
Thank you Mom & Dad so much. Your words mean a lot after being told that what I’m doing is basically meaningless and that my words, although sometimes emotional and raw, are “off putting”. I’ll continue to follow my gut and listen to you both. Thank you again. I love you both. ~Susan
We adore you!!!
Love the new look,especially the blue background.