Twenty-five years ago, I lost my mom to Ovarian Cancer. At the time I was only 13. I am now 37 and running a marathon to celebrate my health/life and to raise awareness of this disease. My mom was a beautiful, energetic, vibrant woman. I can see her smiling still to this day. She did a lot in her short time here, but she should’ve been able to do even more and live longer. It is my hope, that through dedicated research, a cure will soon be found.
Last updated on: 04/14/2011
AKAIK you’ve got the asewnr in one!
Kairii Kairii – 06/02/2011
Was ttolaly stuck until I read this, now back up and running.
Marden Marden – 08/23/2011
Lost my mother to OC when I was 23. Not a day goes by that I don’t miss her. 21 years and counting. I will meet her again one day….just not today!
Mary Mary – 02/09/2012
Your post was so interesting and we can never get eonugh photos. Great photos. That IT business really kicks in doesn’t it? hehe You really do a great job with your blog, interesting, clear and concise. BTW I would love to win your pink and brown cookies. That would be a treat. Okie dokieTake care and hope you’ve recovered from your trip to the really big city!Gosh isn’t Kelly just a miniature? heheAmyRuth
Janie Janie – 09/03/2012