Wednesday, April 6, 2011

It's been a very long time

Dear Friends,

It has been a very long time since I have blogged on Cindy's Blog Talk. Actually, over a year. Many things have happened in the year, I lost my younger brother Mike to cancer, I no longer work at the University of Miami, a place that I called home for 27 years. Also my friends Michelle and Glenda who authored a book Choosing to Smile lost their dear friend Julie to breast cancer. If you haven't read their book Choosing to Smile I highly recommend you do. Julie's story as well as Glenda and Michelle's are in the book. AMAZING stories!

I am loving my new job working for a plastic surgeon on Key Biscayne, Florida. I invite you all to visit our website to see what we are all about.

I signed a contract with a production company and have an wonderful producer and writer writing my movie.

Until next time, wishing you all a great week.

Cindy Papale, author of The Empty Cup Runneth Over/breast cancer survivor/advocate

Update: 11/4/15
Hi my favorite bloggers! I haven't blogged in a long time, as everyone can see. I am still working at the Miami Breast Center in Key Biscayne, Florida and loving it. My second book with my dear friend and co-author Sabrina Hernandez Cano was released on October 17, 2015 titled "Miami Breast Cancer Experts" Over 200 showed to our book signing, and we have now become "Miami Breast Cancer Experts LLC". We had an amazing panel discussion live streamed. You all can view at Check it out when you can. Push the top bar forward because the music plays too long! It begins with "Steve" the store manager. Amazing guy. Also Miami Breast Cancer Experts is now available on Amazon. It is 435 pages, 6 X 9 AMAZING book, promise.

I am still working on my movie screen play with Peabody Award Winner Mr. Derek Britt. We are on our third pass of the script and it is looking good.

Sabrina also is founder of the Hummignwellness Bar, also on AMAZON. They are delicious, natural, no soy, gluten free, sugar free. Check them out.

On a sad note, my other Lena at the age of 85 was just diagnosed with Stage IIIB breast cancer. She had a right mastectomy 4 months ago and is currently on Herceptin. God is good and still keeping her with us. She says she feels good, but know some days she has pain. But, the tough Italian New Yorker she is, she keeps trucking on.

Thanks everyone for visiting my blog, especially since I have been off for a very long time. Visit me on Twitter @cindypapale and also on FB.

Wishing you all a beautiful day, and upcoming Holiday's! Will be back soon. Promise.