Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Honor thy neighbor

Today is an opportunity to be kind and make a memory that will last infinitely...
We are looking to each of you to take an opportunity to join us for a HUGE display of support for us all. 
Take a moment to read this letter as there is a piece of each of us in here. 
We walk for everyone that is unable to. 
No one can take this journey alone and they shouldn't have to. 
Honor a person you know that has been touched by Breast Cancer by commenting below with their name and sharing your love for them. 
Every day each of us does something amazing and no one takes the time to acknowledge our efforts, struggles or accomplishments no mater how large or small. 
Today is a great opportunity to make a change and let everyone know what amazing journey another has taken.
Step forward today.  

I will start first...  
Virginia Murray has made this journey and is still here with us today.  She is a loving matriarch of her family and all those still wanting to be a part of a great thing.   We love you, support you and wanted to honor you in a different way.  Congratulations for being a SURVIVOR!


  1. I'm honoring Sally Poag for her positive attitude on her journey. I'm Blessed to have met and gotten to know her. Her words of comfort and support will be missed during the 2012 journey. ((hugs))

  2. I'm taking a moment to honor Sharyel Perry and Tarnia Lake. These two women have continued to inspire me while on their journey and taking it one day at a time. Even though they are encountering highs and lows they are still maintaining a positive outlook and it's getting them through along with the support of their family and friends. ((hugs))

  3. Let's try to get at least 25 women honored on the blog - you all know one person. Pop on over and honor her!

  4. I'd like to honor the unnamed woman. All of the unnamed women that I feel are responsible for my being alive today. Women I'll never get to meet. These women before us, who made our being able to go through this entire BC journey with dignity, humor, compassion and grace. The women, so many years before us, who were not afforded the same privileges. Especially the ones who lost their battle.

    These are the women that inspire me, every single day, to wake up and embrace a new day with courage, honor and a joyful reverence yet agaom. I feel like I owe it to them to do so.

    1. ::: smacks forehead :::
      *... a joyful reverence yet AGAIN."
      See what happens when one gets all teary-eyed? =;>

    2. i honor my mom and every mom, father, grandma, grandpa, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, son and daughter that have been affected by this disease. i also honor the courage it takes to be on this journey.

      i honor the priviledge to serve someone fighting for their lives...

      I too, like someone seen to have suffered misfortune, might have suffered a similar fate, but for God's grace and mercy. it could very easily be me!

      everlasting love and BIG OL' SLOPPY mom!