I feel like I have the right to be proud that I’m healthy and have a great body, but I still feel like the truth about my body is still hidden.
I’ve been asked to talk about my experiences with breast cancer, and the news has been incredibly upsetting.
Breast cancer has become a part of my everyday life for years, and I’ve never had the confidence to talk honestly about it.
My story is not a small one.
I was diagnosed with breast and colon cancer in 2007, and it was the first time I’ve ever been told my cancer is terminal.
I had a mastectomy in 2009 and have been on anti-retroviral medication ever since.
I live in rural Montana and I live by myself in the woods.
I’m the only person in the whole state of Montana that has had breast cancer.
I didn’t even know I had it until a few years ago when a friend told me she had breast and ovarian cancer.
At that time, I was still living in a small town, and living in poverty.
I wasn’t sure what to do with my life.
I needed help and I needed a way to help others.
In 2010, my sister-in-law told me that there was something that I could do that would give me strength to fight for myself and others.
It was like the magic of her words came true.
I decided to learn how to be an entrepreneur and started the Entrepreneurship School at The University of Montana.
I started my own business, an online travel agency, and worked with other students in Montana to launch the Entrepreneur Network in 2013.
Today, I’m on the board of directors for Entrepreneurs Network Montana, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and empowering entrepreneurs and their families with information about the health, wellness, and business-development options available to them.
Entrepreneurs are at the center of so much of Montana’s economy, and they have the power to transform our communities.
I want to share my story and help others find the power and strength they need to fight and win.
My Story I’m an entrepreneur from Montana, born and raised in a rural town in Montana.
Growing up, I didn and still don’t understand the importance of entrepreneurship.
I think people think that people don’t want to be in business because it’s so hard.
I never understood why people wanted to be entrepreneurs, or why they had to work so hard for a living.
I guess I was the perfect candidate for a lifetime of hard work, determination, and self-sufficiency.
But in order to truly succeed in life, I had to have the confidence that I was smart enough to be successful in my life, and that my family would support me in the process.
I have never had that confidence and never wanted to.
My parents were not particularly wealthy.
They worked hard to support me, but they weren’t wealthy themselves.
I knew my father would never allow me to get married because he believed that my life would be miserable and I would be the one who would be responsible for paying for it.
I always had to earn my own money and rely on my parents.
They didn’t want me to have to go into debt because they knew that I would pay for it myself.
They taught me that hard work is a great way to earn money, and my father encouraged me to take the hard road.
But I didn, and so many people have their own hard road to get there.
My family didn’t have many options when it came to the health care they needed, and after graduating from high school, I moved to California to pursue my own entrepreneurial dreams.
I went to work for the first few years and then decided that it was time to take a step back.
My sister- in-law came back to Montana with me and we bought a house.
It took me about three years of hard working to get that house built.
It cost about $150,000 to do it and we had to pay for our insurance, utilities, and everything else that goes into building a house for someone who has cancer.
But even with the costs, I still worked hard.
My wife and I paid all our bills on time, and we paid taxes on our home as well.
We were always doing everything we could to pay off our debts.
We had our own insurance policy, but our other insurance coverage only covered us if we stayed out of the hospital for more than two days.
I paid our bills each month and I used my savings to pay all of my bills and my mortgage on our house.
After two years of working hard, we started working full time and we were able to afford our house and travel expenses.
When my daughter and I were growing up, we didn’t know what we were going to do for a career, and there were times where I wondered what we would do with the rest of our lives.
In the meantime, I started working part-time and I did things like