I saw a photo on Facebook that your site posted depicting a lady in pink seated on a bench shaped like a butterfly. I want to know where this picture was taken and go there for a photo shoot in my law school regalia.
The butterfly is symbolic of new life, and getting into law school--and surviving it--in my fifties has given me just that. My regalia is due in Thursday's mail (although I still have one semester to go and shall celebrate my commencement on May 18, 2013). Please tell me this bench is somewhere in southern California!
By the way, I've survived breast cancer twice and then, when I learned that I was positive for the BRCA gene mutation, had two preemptive surgeries this past summer (three weeks apart in order to fit them in between summer school and the fall semester).
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