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September 05, 2008





So very well said!
The "H" word is not acceptable in our house-when the girls hear it said by others you can see the look they get, as if someone just dropped the F-bomb. I've told them it is a terribly powerful, horribly negative word that is at the root of every war. But I will agree with you - if there is a war worth fighting it is the one against cancer, so we can harness the hate and wage that war!

Anna from Hank and WIllie

I lost both my parents to cancer by the time I was 21, so as you can imagine, I'm SO with you. Harness the hate. You may hate cancer, but I love this post and you for writing it.

Here's your first triathlon to support. My cousin, a single mother working full time and going to school is also training with Team in Training for a triathalon to raise money for research--it's this weekend.

Check out her training log and her goal to raise $4000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She is so inspiring.


I lost my best girlfriend to brain cancer 2 years ago. She was a wife, mother, friend at age 52.

This is a link to a site which I heard about this week you might want to check out.

I'm with you.



so i may have left my fiance, but my dress still has a lot of use ahead of it:
brides against breast cancer.
they take new or gently used gowns, veils, jewelry, etc.

Constructive Attitude

Good for you!!!


I'm late to this party, but onboard with you 100 percent.

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