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"That house is a healing womb," says Quivers' friend Naomi Pabst, who works as an "intuitive" – i.e., a psychic.
"It's freakishly fabulous." The architecture is whimsically nautical: Many of the windows are portholes, and the front section is modeled after a lighthouse.
She's wearing a flowing blue top, ankle-length stretchy black pants and sparkly flip-flops showing off toenails painted blue this morning, in her first pedicure of the year.
Her silly job – running through the news, laughing at Stern's online porn habit, quizzing celebrities about their sex lives, taking calls from the poor souls in the Wack Pack, mocking inept junior staffers – began to take on deeper meaning.During the surgery, doctors were initially pessimistic as they discovered how far the cancer had spread.They emerged every couple of hours to share increasingly dire forecasts with Quivers' friend Susan Schneidermesser, who passed on the updates via phone to Quivers' other friends.She tends to appreciate each sunset a bit more lately.
"I, quite frankly, am grateful for every day," says Quivers, who turned 61 in August. When you've gone through something like this, you know you won't always be here, that something will be taking you out at some point.
Until now, she didn't have enough of her own hair to attach it, and she wasn't ready to glue a wig to her head.