October 22Goal #15
A one word explanation about my absence since October 14--GRANDCHILDREN! Rob and I have been in Seattle cuddling with the sweetest children around and, quite frankly, I had no time to even throw a brief blog together. My question every night when I finally rested my weary head on the pillow was, "How did I do this when my children were young?" The answer was simply--subtract thirty plus years from my age--having cancer had very little to do with my fatigue level. My healthy husband was just as exhausted!
I'll attempt to finish up the month of October with a blog a day. The goals are worth trying as least once and hopefully the MBC facts will motivate you to share with others.
Embrace natural beauty from your backyard or a walk in the woods. Click here to find out more--Get outside!
Only 2%-5% of funds raised for breast cancer research is focused on research for the already metastasized patient Metavivor
Previously I featured a business donating to our fund. Today will highlight one more example of how more funding can be provided for our researchers because of a philanthropic company. Our supportive business is Sprint Print--a generous contributor who has never said no when we ask for something to be printed or copied. Liz, one of the owners, has gone above and beyond our ask; and when I question if it is too much, she simply smiles and keeps on donating. What a place! We are proud to not only have her in our back pockets for all our printing needs but as a friend who has our backs. Thank you Sprint Print. Visit their website--at Sprint Print is the best!! It takes a village... and she is the chief!
Thanks for reading #575 of 7777+. As you breathe in the beauty of nature, think about making a donation to More for Stage IV at the UW Carbone Cancer Center.