Posts Tagged 'breast cancer'

Doing Something to Make a Difference

Walk for Hope. People getting together to walk, raise money for research, raise awareness, promote mammograms. I was one of over one thousand participants (some were breast cancer survivors) who walked four miles in 90-something degree heat. The police and ems were there to help those who needed it and keep us safe. The fire department sprayed us with water for a cool-down at the halfway point. Various sponsors were there with cold drinks and yummies. (Thank you!) It was very exciting to be a part of something that big. Many thanks to the special people (you know who you are) who sponsored me.

the walkers

Agent M and Grandma Sheila cheered us on at the one-mile mark. I walked for Jill and Rosie, who survived. I thought about Lucille and Kim Yale, who didn’t.

my number

Special thanks from me to Banana Boat. This product has performed beyond my expectations. They’re not kidding, waterproof, sweatproof, kidproof, mommyproof. Great stuff.

Little Things Mean Alot

pink ribbonHey folks! On Sunday, June 8th I am participating in the Walk for Hope. I hope you will join me in the fight against breast cancer. Because of City of Hope, some of the most important, lifesaving advancements in treatment were and continue to be made possible.

I am walking for all the wonderful women in my life and especially for my dear cousin, a breast cancer survivor.

Please, if you can, pledge in support of my participation. Your tax-deductible contribution will go towards the important research, education and treatment programs that are essential in the fight against this disease!

You can donate online by clicking the link below. Even the smallest amount can help make a difference.

Lauren is WALKING!!

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July 2021