I Don’t Remember Signing up For Cancer! is the recipient of an Excellence in Media’s International Angel Award. This personal story of Sherry Waldrip’s journey through breast cancer is filled with humor and heart. It informs the reader of an innovative reconstructive surgery, which uses the patient’s own body tissue to rebuild an absent breast. This procedure, the Free TRAM Flap, involves something that most women over forty have caught themselves fantasizing about at the launching of every swimsuit season . . . a “tummy tuck!” More importantly, it proclaims that faith, family, friends and frivolity can revitalize a heart broken by cancer. This book is not only encouragement for the one with the diagnosis but it’s also a helpful and humorous aide for someone who is walking through a journey of illness with someone they love.