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I have a life to live, I have kids to raise so I just went in with an attitude that I'm going to kick this and get it done," Hoeppner said.
Hoeppner was a single mom at the time of her diagnosis, raising a year-old and year-old, and had just started dating a man named Tom. It was quite an affair. We are still, 27 years later, married and he's still very supportive," Hoeppner said. In their 27 years together, Barbara and Tom have found the time to celebrate Barbara's breast cancer milestones.
He had asked me, 'where would you want to go if you make it five years? Barbara and Tom have enjoyed traveling over the years and say they make the most of what they have because life is too short.
There are so many things that people focus on that have no meaning at all in the day-to-day life. I just learned to be patient and go with the flow and treat each day as a gift - which it is," Hoeppner said.
Barbara and other breast cancer survivors in the fight against breast cancer by participating in the virtual More Than Pink Walk on Sunday, September For more information, and to -up go to KomenColorado. Hanna is the traffic reporter for Good Morning Colorado.
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