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BRYANNA LATOOF and Breast Cancer

Provides an inside read of letters to Bryanna from friends and family. This site also addresses breast cancer topics; by: Friends and Family of Bryanna Latoof.




The Lady Under The Bridge PDF Print E-mail
Written by Eloise Foster Latoof   
Monday, 15 September 2008 14:22

 

Bryanna, my daughter, was always a compassionate person.   She, her husband, and two children were staying with me and her father while seeking a home to buy or rent. They had recently moved from Lakeland, Florida to Louisiana.   The housing market was unexpectedly tight and there seemed to be nothing available.   One realtor even said there wasn't a chicken house to rent or buy in the area where her husband's new job was located.


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I Remember PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cecelia Latoof   
Monday, 25 August 2008 11:12

 

When Bryanna, Angie, and I were children, Daddy would pipe up, right before bedtime, and ask, "Who wants to go to Tallulah?"   We'd all squeal with delight!   He'd tell us to get our pillows and blankets, go to the bathroom, and pile in the car.   And we would.


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Dear Bryanna PDF Print E-mail
Written by Angela Latoof Cagle   
Saturday, 06 September 2008 17:26

 

Dear Bryanna,

How are you?   We miss you terribly.   Your children are growing so much.    They are fine young men.   One is in college, and is going to your Alma Mater.   He really wanted to become closer to you.   You remember the oak barrel you gave me when Jim and I dog-sat your pooch?   Austin remembered it, so I gave it to him.     


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A Second is a Lifetime PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cecelia Latoof   
Monday, 21 July 2008 09:21

                  

The second that I first diagnosed my sister Bryanna's breast cancer was the most life changing event I have ever experienced.  Getting married and having children did not even come close to that single second in my family's bathroom that day.


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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 May 2010 18:16
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I Am Now Older Than My Big Sister PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cecelia Latoof   
Sunday, 25 May 2008 15:32

Bryanna Floree Elizabeth Latoof.   Or, just  'Sis'.   It's a mouthful of a name, but only a taste of all of the extremes in her life.   An extremely long name.   An extremely lived life.   An extremely short life.   And now I am older than she.

That happened on a Friday, in October of 1999.   I was, on that day and date, the age Sis was when she died.   If I had died that very day, I would still have had more quality of life than she experienced.   It was a horrifyingly, loathed, painfully extended, last three years, and two months between her cancer diagnosis and her ugly, mean death. 


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