Hey Just wanted to tell you that I actually have a tat of your chinese character on my ankle. I got it after my exhusband and I split and I needed a constant reminder that I do have the strength. I have looked at my tat thousands of times in the past few years to remind me that no matter what it is, I am strong enough to do it. I hope you get yours soon. It was one of the best tats that I have ever gotten 2383 days ago
Staying with this for two years is a HUGE accomplishment, because you know how many others began when you did and they QUIT. What you have done is just wonderful. So happy YOU kept working on your goals and loved yourself. Bless your heart. Next year will be even better! 2652 days ago
The walk is a marathon and a half.. It is through Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.. But the thing is with them you can walk what you can.. the thing they ask is that you help raise at least $1800. I did the walk in San Franciso for the first time two years ago because my mentor had passed away the March of. She walked in that walk I believe until she couldnt anymore and that was why I got involved.. It is definitely a powerful event. I had vowed to walk every year until I was no longer able, but unfortunately last year I was unable to attend because I didn't raise the money and two because my Sister was pregnant with twins..
But there is an event in D.C and I am living here now so I think I will either try and participate in that one or head back to San Francisco next year.. Hopefully I can raise the money in time.. :) What walk are you doing? 2916 days ago
You are welcome.. It is something that I learned whil I was doing my walk. I heard somewhat about men who had faced breast cancer but walking made the number clear and even more staggering. The problem is education.Many men do not want to admit yet that this is a real problem for eveyrone.. Its stigmatized as a woman's disease but the truth is IT is everyone's disease because it affect everyone, not just a few.. :) Sorry I am very passionate about the subject. I lost a great mentor to this disease and it is hard even today to get through it.. Thanks for your time.. 2921 days ago