Me & Amy Winehouse & Me
Posted February 21, 2010on:
I’m wondering if Amy Winehouse ever Googles me. I certainly have used Google to research her, as have many others.
Hundreds of times a day – 2,227 times this week alone – my little post from October 2009 called “Amy Winehouse & Me” has been viewed on my blog. I wish I could say that all these folks were interested in me personally and my breast cancer dragging (it’s more honest to call it that than breast cancer journey, which seems to blithe a description).
I wrote about singer Amy Winehouse, comparing bits of her troubled life with the challenges in my own. As I was preparing for my second round of chemo, these Amy Winehouse song lyrics, “They tried to make me go to rehab, I said, no, no, no,” kept going through my head. The son really has a rhythm that sticks with me.
However, I changed the words to “They tried to make me go to chemo. I said yes, yes, yes.” You gotta do what you gotta do.
I can only imagine what folks who Google Amy Winehouse thinks when they land on my breast cancer blog site at https://shessel.wordpress.com/2009/09/25/amy-winehouse-me/
That post was written before Amy Winehouse, who has had drug and other legal problems, showed the world her new breasts – apparently implanted in October 2009. That was right around the time of my post.
She was said to have paid $60,000 to go from 32 B to 32 D. Her father confirmed the implants in news interviews.
So Amy has put her best (implanted) breasts forward. And apparently they have popped out at times in public, either intentionally or because of the proverbial wardrobe malfunction. One report indicated she had to be rushed to emergency at least once because of pain associated with her implants.
Here’s to Amy’s health. If I ever decide on breast reconstruction surgery, I call her for some tips.
In the meantime, thanks to all who drop by my website even in advertently.