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I Dealt With Cancer and Won: Dedicated to the rest of my life... Paperback – September 10, 2016
About the Author
My name is Maxine Jannette. At the time of this writing I am 76-years-old. I was born in Illinois, not far from the Mississippi River. I spent a lot of time on the river when I was growing up. I came to Almond, Wisconsin when I was twelve. I lived on a huge farm where we raised chickens, pigs and some cows. We also raised crops. It was hard work but I loved farming. I learned a lot and I would do it again if I could. In 1957 I married a man whom I thought was a farmer. I had three children. It turned out my husband was better suited to carpentry and construction. I found out I loved carpentry and construction as much as I loved farming. I especially loved running the bulldozer. I’ve still got a lot of work to do. God isn’t through with me yet! Co-author: Julie C. Eger lives in Wisconsin with her husband and a black Golden Doodle. Julie has been to a few places. She’s lived in houses, worn some shoes, had some hairstyles, bought a red dress, banged on drums. She knows a thing or two about rocks and totems. She’s a girl, daughter, sister, woman, mother, ex-wife, wife, grandma. She’s panned for gold, water-skied over alligators in the Mississippi Bayou, spent a day at a nude beach in Jamaica. She’s been in the dog house, missed a payment, burned breakfast, smelled the roses, stopped the car, stayed out too late, addressed the envelope upside down, forgot to call, ran a red light, written in the dark, sang her heart out, lived on rice and beans, slept in her car, drank too many margaritas too fast, and won a contest or two. She has loved. She has been loved. But most of all, she hopes you’ll like what she’s written.
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Maxine defied the odds. She didn't listened to her doctors (who gave her 6 months of life) at all.
Surely, that was stupid beyond comprehension. They had all of those years of studies and experience. Yet, she is alive, and many of those who listened to their doctors when they heard they have a cancer - died.
For me this is enough to make this book worth reading.
There is so much more to the human nature than organic soup into which materialists try to degrade us.
Maxine is a living testimonial of this fact.