With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s amazing to see all the support, special events and education available. I’ve been surprised by all the involvement by various groups. Whether it’s seeing the staff at my local Kroger wearing their self-decorated pink shirts, or watching the last two NFL football Sundays with the pink hats, wristbands and shoes, it’s awesome how involved everyone gets.
This year for the first time I participated in the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer walk downtown. It took my breath away as I saw the sea of pink behind me as I turned around and looked at all the other walkers/runners that day.
I’ve been blessed enough to be able to say that I don’t have any females in my life who have had breast cancer. I know alot of others haven’t been as fortunate. To those of you who have loved ones who haven’t been as fortunate, my heart goes out to you. I know what it’s like to lose a loved one to cancer. For those of you who have conquered this horrible monster, congratulations and God bless!
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