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October 4, 2009

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If only we could go into our pink kitchen…

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…whip up a few batches of cancer-curing pink cupcakes…

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…and dream sweet dreams in our pink bedroom of a world without cancer…

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Chances are, you or someone you know has had breast cancer. Let’s do what it takes to find a cure.

And take good care of your boobies!! Go to these web sites to learn how… (click the logos)

thingamaboob logo creastcancerorg cancer society

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Pics: (1) Style Will Save Us (2) Look and Taste (3) Deviantart

8 comments:

pk said...

Great post girls! My mother-in-law is a breast cancer survivor, and we're so thankful for how well she is doing. Glad to see everyone supporting the cause! I need to get my pink post done one of these days, but i guess it's good to keep it going all month long too? Hope you're having an awesome weekend!
pk @ room remix

susan said...

I did a pink post for breast cancer awareness too! I think this touches all of us in some way or another. Don't know about that pink kitchen :)??

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

My grandmother was a breast cancer survivor. I didn't even realize when I made my mammogram appointment last month for this month that it was Breast Cancer Awareness month. How fitting then that I'm going Friday.

Susan said...

Awwww..this is such a thoughtful and thought provoking reminder post for all of us ladies. It actually made me want to cry a little for friends and family I have lost.

Whipping up cancer curing pink cupcakes, OMG you two are wonderful. I want to give them to my mom, my sister, my co-workers, my friends, my doctor and women all over the world.

Thank you for a wonderful post. Well done :)
Susan

Christy said...

Great post Victoria - and man now I want that cupcake!!!

mbkatc230 said...

Great post! A fun way to remind everyone of the importance of their annual exam. And that cupcake looks divine. If only we could whip up a cancer curing cupcake! Kathy

Cristin said...

Fun cupcakes. Hopeful for a cure.

xo,
cristin

Gayle said...

Wouldn't it be awesome if there were pretty cancer-curing cupcakes?! Yes, four women have had breast cancer in my family, including my mom. This is a good reminder to do what we can to stay healthy.

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