think pink this year!
From the run that the boys did in Spokane
to having a photo of mine published in
a Spokane Magazine called "Eve A Magazine for Women".
The photo was of my friend Linda's sister and her friends who founded
which is a wildly popular company that sells
t-shirts and other items to raise money for
breast cancer research.
Their website is full of information
on breast cancer including warning signs and
how to do a self examination.
I personally know two breast cancer survivors and both women
are beautiful, strong, smart, loving gals with huge hearts.
Our family has also been touched by other types of cancer.
My cousin Carrie who is just a magnetic person
is beating colon cancer this year!
She's strong beyond belief
and I admire her determination
to think pink!
She created this fabulous shirt
to raise breast cancer awareness.
She even makes them in adult sizes so check them out!
will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.
Every 3 minutes, there is a new diagnosis of invasive breast cancer.
A woman has a 1 in 8 chance of developing breast cancer in her lifetime.
With statistics like this,
breast cancer affects all of us either directly
I'm sure most of us know someone who
is touched by this disease.
Think about what you can do to
get on board with the "think pink" campaign.