Friday, November 21, 2008

uhhhhhhhhhhhhh muh gawd.....

Gentlemen, please don't get mad at me for what I'm about to say. I love all you guys and I'm sure in your own way, you understand. Shopping for Christmas presents for you guys sucks! Good grief.

I asked my hubby what he wants for Christmas and he gave me that same old crispy answer he gives me every year. "I really don't want anything dear." Please. What the heck kind of answer is that for a woman with a mall to conquer and a credit card to max??? Is he really trying to kill me? It's the ONLY time of year I can get away with spending money without getting yelled at til at least February. Please guys. Don't deny us this fun. We're going to find out what you want for Christmas anyway. Don't waste our time. Tell us. If you tell us now, we may be able to find it at a HUGE discount on Black Friday! And we'll leave you alone and go up in the attic and dig out that sleeping bag we're gonna use to sleep out in front of that store for 36 hours. You save money, we're not in your hair on Black Friday, it's a win-win situation. And we can all have a Merry Christmas.

Your Friend,

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

I practice what I preach...

Well...most of the time anyway. LOL. When it comes to this, I really do.

I do...from the bottom of my heart...want cancer to go bye-bye and leave us all alone. I am an advocate to help fight breast cancer and childhood cancer. There are others who lend their voices to help fight other cancers. The reason we choose to devote our efforts towards one cancer or another is not because we don't want other cancers to be cured first, it's because we have experience in that particular area. It's what we know. Our lives were affected and we know more of those big words and more about side effects of certain chemos than we wanted to know. So we don't throw away that experience. We use it for good. We need all of us in all areas to keep speaking. We're helping others in need. The newly diagnosed, the caregiver, the new volunteer, the medical community, etc. ALL of us need to speak out and raise the awareness that cancer can strike anyone, anywhere, anytime. It's time for us to fight back.

So here are my words to you today. I am having my yearly mammogram at 3:15 today. If you are due or overdue for one, call and make your appt. today! Okay? Okay.

Until next time,

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Some may think I'm crazy...but that's okay.

I'm comfortable in my own skin.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Tomorrow night...

(photo courtesy of Monica Cusick)

I believe in angels. And you will see how much I truly believe in them tomorrow night at 11 on WVEC-TV 13 news. I want to thank LaSalle Blanks of 13 News for taking an interest in my story and the time and compassion he put into it to tell it for me.

For those who are out of the area and want to see the story, it will be available this week at as our video of the day.

Again,thank you LaSalle.

Monday, November 3, 2008

It's Coming....

Do you believe in Angels? I definitely DO!

November 11th at 11 pm. WVEC-TV 13.