My sweet girl friend Tracy Duke is in the first month of what will be many months of chemotherapy, radiation and multiple drug protocols all BEFORE getting a double mastectomy in her battle with STAGE 2 triple negative breast cancer. If you're reading this you already know Tracy and know what a tough person she is. She is truly hard as nails in mostly every part of her life.
If it was on the soccer field, dealing with rude customers at the restaurants she serves at or speaking her mind when she doesn't agree with the status quo, Tracy isn't shy to let you know what's what. She's tough and unfiltered. Adversely, Tracy is one of the realest, sweetest and most giving people I have had the privilege to meet let alone date for over three years. She's a true gift.
For all of her toughness and mental fortitude her chemotherapy treatment and subsequent side affects have been physically and mentally crippling at times. Being a server at two of the counties most popular restaurants means she's not sitting on her hands while working. She hustles, she has to. Sadly, her mind wants to continue to kick butt however her body isn't cooperating.
That's why we're here. If we can raise the funds to keep Tracy focused on getting better and keep her from or limit the frequency of the exhausting and demanding work of serving we feel she'll get through this treatment stronger and ultimately beat this disease.
Thanks for your time and please keep positive thoughts for my sweet Tray.
Tray and myself at the lake.
Tray and Max, her much loved and missed sweet dog. Peanut and Mason with Max when he was a pup. Max with his home dog Jager (bark in peace boys).
Tray, April and Sunny.
Tracy and Sebastian during our last visit to Las Vegas.
Tray, Amanda, Grandma June, Mason, Peanut and Regina. La Familia!
Tray enjoying time with her sissy Amanda and Regina, her mom.
Tracy with her pops, Rick.
Tray, Melissa, Krystle, Amanda and Candice enjoying themselves, clearly!