Saturday, April 12, 2014

Race For The Cure.....

 Today is the Komen race for the cure. This is a photo of a labradoodle dyed hot pink, although it looks red. I took it from the TV screen. This dog's owner didn't make it to this year's race, so the lady's husband brought the dog.
This is a photo of my daughter's Lizzy and Angie. Lizzy is a breast cancer survivor. She is still free of the breast cancer.  This photo is from 2012.....but the girls are there again today to race. They are to keep in touch and let me know how they are doing.
 Today, I will send prayers to all that are struggling with cancer and all who are surviving. Be strong, you are loved. xo

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  1. I keep these brave people in my prayers, too. Have a wonderful weekend my friend! Hugs!

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    1. Thank you Diane. This is important for so many. xoxo,Susie

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  2. amen honey. i pray i will continue to be free of this awful disease. it's no picnic for sure...

    hugs, bee
    xoxoxoxoxo

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    1. Bee, I am so glad you are a survivor too. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  3. thats beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Laurie...this means so much to so many. xoxo,Susie

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  4. I have a niece in remission from breast cancer and I know how cancer kills. Your daughters are lovely.My prayer is for all of the cancer victims and the survivors!

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    1. Beth, Prayers for your niece. This is so helpful to raise money to help with finding a cure. xoxo,Susie

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  5. The Komen here is in October, usually the last Saturday. I have participated in it twice. I hope the weather is good for this today! xo Nellie

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    1. Nellie, Our weather was wonderful, a bit windy, but so nice. The girls did well. Blessings,xoxo,Susie

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  6. I am thankful your girl is well and racing today. Thank you for your sweet comment today. xo, olive

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    1. Thank you Olive. I like that my daughters do this race...if it raise awareness and money...it's a blessing, xoxo,Susie

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  7. This is an especially timely post by you......I was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this week. Your daughter will be an inspiration for me. God bless your family!!!

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    1. Linda, I hated to hear this, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Please keep us all posted about this. You are loved by many you may not even know. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  8. My son's girlfriend helped out with that race in our area this morning. I think she was in charge of handing out water etc. Guess there are a lot of people wearing pink today! It is all for such a good cause. I just had my mammogram yesterday.

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    1. Kelly, Glad you got your mammogram ..early detection is a life saver. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  9. God bless your daughters. I am a breast cancer survivor. Going on six years come Oct. I'm so glad there are walks, runs, and events everywhere for cancer awareness. Blessings.

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    1. Wanda, So happy you are a survivor. Always stay on top of your check ups. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  10. And the same to all cancers. So many suffering or trying to beat this disease........hope we can find a cure soon.

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    1. Debby, You are right, so many cancers and so few cures. Early detection is the best way. xoxo,Susie

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  11. God bless your daughters and all those that suffer from cancer. It is the blight of the medical world. So sad to see so many suffer. I am so sorry that woman could not make the race but happy her hubby brought the dog. xo Diana

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    1. Diana, My daughter Liz got thyroid cancer then breast cancer....The thyroid still is not clean 100%. Her thyroid has been removed...but shows traces. Thank you for blessings. xoxo,Susie

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  12. Your daughters are beautiful! Blessings upon them and in support of such a worthy cause, good for them!
    And glad your daughter is cancer-free, very thankful indeed.

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    1. Thank you Kathy, that means so much. xoxo,Susie

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  13. This is so uplifting and I am elated that Lizzy is doing so well. I pray she has a long and happy life!!

    XO,
    Jane

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    1. Thank you Blondie. It was tough time in my daughter's life...it effects the whole family. Liz always tries to be happy.xo,Susie

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  14. Amen! Louis Dean's beloved first wife passed away in 2000 of breast cancer. I am a 24 year cancer survivor!

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  15. I remember meeting your daughter at Horton's. She is a beautiful lady and I'm so glad she is cancer free! A lady in our crochet group was making a blanket for her sister in law. She found out she has breast cancer. I'll tell the story in a post later, but let me say, when you do NOT hear back from your mammogram, CALL THEM.

    Cindy Bee

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