I’d like to do a link-up post of all the words that you’ve written about breast cancer awareness month this year — whether you loved it, had difficulty with it, donated, and/or just remembered to check yourself and remind your friends and readers to check themselves as well. It’s so important, and awareness goes so far beyond coloring things “pink.” Your words make a difference. A real difference. If you’re a writer and blogged about it, if you talked to a friend, or if you did anything in your community (participated in an event, raised money, talked to your teenager about how to do a self-exam, printed out a flyer and posted it at the library…), would you please leave a comment here and I’ll write a big linky post Thursday night highlighting the AMAZING work that the moms and friends here do? I’d like that. I’d like that a lot.
I’ll be here, visiting every blog and reading every link. It’ll get my mind off the chemo.
#chemo2010 status: Today is Cycle 4, Day 3 (of 6 cycles, 21 days each). I feel pretty good, but I’m so very tired, and the soles of my feet are bright red and tingling. 184 pills down, 160 to go.
Edited to add: Here are the breast cancer awareness posts I remember reading this month, off the top of my head. Which other ones did you write and/or enjoy?
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