A Tale of Two Boobs

Brest Cancer is a serious business. In no way is the following intended to diminish the seriousness of it. However humour and laughter can help alleviate stress. Many believe laughter can also aid in the healing process. October is Breast Cancer month . Please give generously.

A Tale of Two Boobs

Betty Boob and Bella Boob were twin sisters.
They weren’t quite identical because
they had slightly different shapes
They were very close.
Not only were they parts of the same body-
They also shared the same bra.
They loved to reminisce about the good old days.
They talked about the days
when they were just little nipples.
They talked about their growing up years-
How they enhanced the shape of cashmere sweaters
and the admiring glances that came their way.
They remembered with affection how they
nourished and nurtured two babies.
Now that they were growing older
And their shapes were changing
Their favorite shared joke was:
“Help We’ve fallen and We can’t get up.”

Then one day disaster struck.
The Boob Sisters went for a mammogram.
The mammogram showed that something bad was
growing inside of Bella.
Bella was terrified. She was afraid of pain,
and afraid of what her future would be.
Betty was devastated.
She couldn’t bear to see her sister upset.
She couldn’t imagine life without her.
Fortunately the doctors were able to heal Bella.
It wasn’t easy for the sisters, but the pain,
and the distress and the fatigue dissipated.
Once again the boob sisters bounce jauntily
Along-enjoying each day to the fullest.

Look after your breasts.


About epsnider

EP Snider’s dream came to fruition when she published a book at age 69. She continues to share her thoughts and stories with a humorous twist on Wordpress and Facebook.
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