Day 20: Someone you see yourself marrying/being with in the future
Ummm It's a bit too late to answer this question. Like almost 14 years too late...moving right along:)
Last Saturday I participated in the Susan G. Komen race for the cure. I've participated in this for a few years in various capacities, but last year I joined the 5k race...well walk. This is a foundation that is very close to my heart. I lost my MIL due to breast cancer and my mom is actually a survivor of breast cancer.
Earlier this year I had a scare, a mass was found when I went for my regular exam, but I thank God that after many test it is not cancerous and does not stand the chance of becoming cancerous. I suggest to EVERYONE reading this, please perform regular breast exams, tell your friends and have them tell a friend to do the same. Early detection is key! This is something that I can not stress enough to ALL females AND males too whether you know it or not. Be aware of any changes, be sure to visit your doctor yearly...there's NO excuse for you not to.
About the race: This picture does not show the true numbers at all. It's such a wonderful feeling to see so many people out supporting such a worthy cause. And even the day after the race they were still receiving major donations..such a blessing!
My mom...my best friend..my love..my survivor
This fire truck "Cindy" is dedicated to the cause. I don't remember the exact info on this, but I think Cindy is the name of the spouse of the fireman that owns this truck. There were so many thankful comments and signatures on the truck, to read some of them just melts your heart.
There is always plenty fun for the kiddies also..
This was hilarious!! I thought this child was going to peel right back off. LMBO!!
Then there were food samples. Zea Rotissere was the only sample I tried..mainly because the lines were out of this CITY! But I must say it was all I needed to sample.
OH.MY.GOSH!!! This was De-Lish.com! I mean this was about the best thing ever. Like a man standing next to us screamed and we all were initially scared to taste it, then he yelled this is UH-MAZING! I've never been to Zea, but we've seen it and never thought to stop..wellll need I say more;)
All in all we all had a great time supporting such a wonderful organization that helps soooo many battling that devil called cancer. I pray that as long as I have breath in my body and am able to place one leg in front of the other, I will continue to be a supporter. Not just financially, but physically.
Again, ladies and gentlemen...PLEASE I'm begging you PLEASE visit your doctor every year. Perform annual breast exams, and pass the word to others.
When's the last time you've had a mammogram?