Sept. 19th - 26th, 2015
In Memory Of Angelique Shar'dae Ladson
(March 16, 1989 - November 20, 2010)
My Late Granddaughter Ange
At Her Senior Prom
In Memory Of Angelique Slide Video
Ange From A Baby To An Adult
To Help Support, Advocate And Fight For Better Treatments And Cures Of Rare And Other Lymphoma Cancers, Breast, Bladder, And Other Cancers.
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"A Change Is Gonna Come" Beautiful Video Below
In Memory Of Angelique
And Others Worldwide
No Longer With Us
To The World
Please, Let Us All Pray For The People In Places
That Are Losing Their Lives In Wars And Riots, Displaced Migrants, Worldwide, With Out A Place To Call Home, People Without Enough Food To Eat, People In Places Without Electricity Or Heat For The Cold Weather, No Cool Air For The Terribly Hot Summers, Due To Global Warming, Innocent People Being Shot Down And Killed, Places Experiencing Terrible Weather, Other Tragedies, People That Have Lost Love Ones In Death And Are Grieving And Sad, People That Have Lost Their Jobs And Homes, Homeless People, Marriages That Are In Trouble, Those Sick With Rare Lymphoma Cancers, Breast Cancer, Other Cancers, Other Physical And Mental Diseases And Disabilities, Various Other Sicknesses, Pain, Suffering, Sorrow, Heartaches And For People All Over The World.
Nevertheless, Let Us Give Thanks To God For Giving Us This Earth, The Breath Of Life And So Many Other Wonderful Things . Let Us Take The Bitter With The Sweet And Make Sure To Give Thanks Daily And Continue To Give Him The Praise And Honor That He Deserves.
Most Importantly, For Future, Everlasting Cures, Let Us Continue To Pray, As We Have, Since We Were Children, "Let Your Kingdom Come. Let Your Will Be Done, On Earth, As It Is In Heaven." Amen.
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This website was dedicated to my late granddaughter, Angelique S. Ladson, 21 years old and whose beautiful, sweet, loving picture is below on this website. She died of a rare, Peripheral Lymphoma type cancer, called Hepatosplenic Gamma-Delta T-Cell Lymphoma. It is dedicated to my father, his brother, his sister, his niece and other relatives that died of many other type cancers. It is dedicated to relatives and others that are cancer survivors, as well as to myself.
I am 65 years old. I was diagnosed and treated with a lumpectomy and radiation for a DCIS breast pre-cancer calcification, in 2010. Just recently, this year, 2015, I was diagnosed with a HER2 Positive Breast Cancer tumor and, also, the recurrence of more DCIS calcifications, all in the same breast, that was treated in 2010. The HER2 Positive Breast Cancer is a very nasty, hard to kill and a very aggressive type cancer. Chemotherapy, alone, does not do good, at killing it, so another intravenous therapy is needed, afterwards, to try help the Chemo, kill the cancer, so that it will not spread to other parts of the body.
I will be traveling to Los Angeles, California, on October 5, 2015, for treatment, that will last from 4 - 12 week, according to how the cancer respond to treatment. With the help of prayers and perseverance, The American Cancer Society has arranged lodging and a flight for me. I have Medicare that will pay a portion of my treatment medical expense. I will be responsible for my food, miscellaneous expenses and the portion of the medical treatment bill that Medicare does not pay.
Anyone who would like to donate or make a contribution towards my treatment and expenses, can do so. I will be, very, appreciative and, very, thankful. With constant prayers, faith, hope, trust and love, if it's God's will, I am preparing to go for treatment, leaving everything in his hands.
Click on the Link or Donate Button below to make a donation or contribution to me, personally. You don't need to have a Paypal Account.
Or, If you have a Paypal Account, you can go to www.paypal.com website and send donations or contributions, by entering my email or cell phone mumber.
cell phone (843) 240-4525
My fight against cancer is on and I will continue to advocate for myself and others. I am doing O.K. and will be going into treatment, very soon. For now, I am taking it easy, trying to get more rest, I found an Alternative Treatment facility that has accepted me, that I feel good about, I am feeling very positive, my appetite is good, for now, I'm eating more healthier, juicing vegetables and fruits, trying to drink more water, I'm happy, I'm talking about my breast cancer with family, friends and others, that want to talk about breast cancer and other cancers, I'm answering questions, when asked about it, I am trying to stay active, by going places and trying to go about my regular routine, I am being Ma, Grandma and Great Grandma, I'm smiling, laughing, even though, knowing that I have a terrible cancer, is not easy, and I'm still dancing, to feel better, and to advocate for the fight against all cancers and finding cures.
In Memory Of My Late Husband
Alfred Thomas, Sr.
May 29, 1951 - June 29, 2014
We Were Married November 1980
My Husband And I At Our Vow Ceremony
And Wedding Reception
A Month Later December 1980
It is with deep sadness and a heavy heart, at this moment, this website is also dedicated to my husband, who just recently, on June 29, 2014, died of a terrible and, very, aggressive bladder cancer.
I was still grieving my granddaughter, when my husband was diagnosed with bladder cancer, in early 2013.
God, through prayers, gives us the strength to keep standing, as we go through hard times.
Losing a love one to a terrible disease is, very, devastating and sad.
The rare lymphoma cancer that attacked my granddaughter is like a monster, because it is fierce, very aggressive, very hard to treat, prognosis for survival is poor and by the time a patient starts feeling sick and running a very high fever, it is out of control and acting like a ferocious monster, attacking every organ in the body, one after the other, the bone marrow and the circulatory system.
To make matters worse, this rare lymphoma cancer is also sub-divided into even smaller categories, according to characteristics.
Angelique's lymphoma fell under a very tiny category, where she was about the 20th patient worldwide, ever diagnosed with the terrible disease, according to the Hematology Oncology team of specialists at MUSC (Medical University Of South Carolina) where she was diagnosed, treated and shortly afterwards, died.
Video In Memory Of Angelique And Others No Longer With Us
The Emotions - Flowers
Angelique Just Before She Got Sick
Angelique's High School Graduation 2008
And Her baby Serenity Q'Anne With Aunt Tisha
She attended both her junior and senior year proms and graduated from high school in 2008. She wanted to be a Radiology Technician and was attending the local technical college. She had a part-time job, her own car and apartment. She leaves behind family members and friends who loves her dearly and especially a beautiful, 3 year old daughter who looks just like her. Her daughter misses her so much and is always asking "Where is my mommie?" This breaks my heart. She was just starting out, full of life and had wonderful plans for her and her daughter's future.
Ange and her baby, Serenity Q'Anne
Even though an experience such as this is so heartbreaking and sometimes, seems unbearable, we must, through our grief and tears, do the very best that we can to go on and not give up. We continue to pray and look to research, science and doctors for more, better treatments and even cures. After seeing what this disease did to Angelique, I joined Advocacy At The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as an advocate, became a member of The National Organization Of Rare Disorders (NORD) and my family and I have also started a non-profit organization at this website, in memory of Angelique, that will advocate finding a test for early detection, before a person even starts feeling sick, better treatment after diagnosis and hopefully a cure. I am advocating that the specialist giving the diagnosis and prognosis be up front and completely truthful with the family, instead of holding back the complete truth and immediately start experimenting with harsh drugs, which can make the patient's life even shorter and also that the public be educated more on rare lymphoma cancers. We became familiar with this type of cancer only after it touched my family and we lost our love one in death.
Ange and her Mom, Nissa Nicole (Nikki)
Ange and me (Grandma)
So, therefore, in memory of my late granddaughter Angelique Shar'dae Ladson I dance to help me deal with my grief and sadness. It makes me feel so much better. I speak to others about my cancer experience that I also dealt with during 2010 and about being a survivor, before my granddaughter got sick. I speak to others about the terrible lymphoma cancer that my granddaughter fought for (37) days, after being diagnosed, in October 2010. I also speak to people about many of my family members that died of various cancers. I speak to individuals and small groups when the subject comes up. When I speak to others, it makes me feel better. Talking about it is like therapy.
I love doing the various slides, line dances and swing dance. I also love coaching and consulting others, so far as these dances are concerned. Dance can make a world of difference in our everyday lives, because we experience all kinds of ups, downs, hardships, sorrow, pain and grief.
So, I say to you, “Dance and talk, even if the sickness or death happened recently, a short while back or years ago, and you have been carrying the grief and sadness in your heart". If you, personally, have been dealing with an illness that you were diagnosed with recently or a while back, contact us and tell us about it. I say to you "Dance and talk."
Contact us, even if you put it on paper or email us. Tell us about your grief and sadness experience. Make sure to also tell us about your dancing experience. If you created a new slide or line dance or is trying to learn one that you heard about, we are very excited to hear about it. Doing these things mean that you are turning your grief and sadness into something positive and on the road to a more rewarding and happier life.
Video My Children Dedicated To Me, Mary (Ma) As Caregiver, Wife, Widow
Mother, Grandmother And Great Grandmother.
Celine Dion's - Cause You Loved Me
So I Dance, To Help Me , As I Grieve
Line Dance Demonstration Video Of Me (Grandma)
In Memory Of Angelique, My Late Husband, Other Family Members And Others Worldwide That Are No Longer With Us.
In Memory Of Angelique Shar'dae Ladson
Donations at this site are voluntary contributions that will help support, fight, advocate, educate and promote awareness in the endeavor to find more and better treatments and a cure for the rare lymphoma cancer Angelique died of and other rare cancers. We want you to visit us anytime and feel encouraged, even if a contribution is never made. Your visit to our site and just taking out time to read is appreciated so much by our family. Please visit as much as you like, as we continue to work on making this site more informative, educational and entertaining. Stay tuned for more "Slide And Line Dance Demonstrations" coming your way, right here, at this site, performed by none other than "me" and sometimes others, accompanying me, for your entertainment and enjoyment. So, stay tuned, by always visiting us. We look forward to your next visit.
You Can Also Donate To Help Advocate And Support By Purchasing Lymphoma
And Other Cancer Awareness Items At
Entertainment for today: You are privileged to listen to some great songs with a message, watch and learn some Line Dance Demonstrations, listen to some songs that sends a message to the world and some songs that will make you want to get up and move. Please enjoy.
In Memory Of My Late Husband
Alfred Thomas, Sr.
May 29, 1951 - June 29, 2014
Songs He Loved That Will Always Remind Me And The Family Of Him
He loved Marvin, The Isley Brothers, The Temptations, Diana Ross, Lenny Williams, Betty Wright, Aretha And Many More From The 50s, 60s,
70s and 80s
(Marvin In Love)
(Marvin Concerned About The World)
(Marvin And Tammi)
(Others He Loved)
Dedicated To Everyone Worldwide
(Song With A Message #1 "Feel The Love" - Lina)
(Song With A Message #2 "Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay" - Otis)
(Song With A Message #3 "Hunter Captured By Game" - Marvelettes)
(Song With A Message #4 "Blowin In The Wind" - Stevie)
(Line Dance Demonstration #1. Join In If You Know It Or Try Learning)
Soul Food Line Dance - Choreographer Lorenzo "GoLo" Evans Teaches
(Line Dance Demonstration #2. "Go Hard Or Go Home" Line Dance) Being Taught By Line Dance Instructor Sandy Thompson In Columbia, SC
(Line Dance Demonstration #3. "Godfrey Groove" Line Dance) Also Being Taught By Line Dance Instructor Sandy Thompson In Columbia, SC
(Love Song #1 For Today - Marvin & Tammi)
(Love Song #2 For Today - Billy Currington)
(Love Song #3 For Today - Aretha)
(Love Song #4 For Today - Brad Paisley)
I (Grandma) Just Love This Song And Want To Hear It Everyday - David)
(This Song Makes Me Want To Move - The OJays)
You Can Also Donate To Help Advocate And Support By Purchasing Lymphoma And
Other Cancer Awareness Items At
Thank you for your support and all acts of kindness extended.
Mary Ladson Thomas
So, I Dance
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