Thursday, September 24, 2009

Pink Things

I continue to be touched, scraped, and damn near blind-sighted by Breast Cancer. Not me. But everyday I open emails, read friends blogs or answer phones, it somehow happens to be Breast Cancer related. My heart barely has time to heal, when it gets cracked open again. I really don't know how to type about this, unsure of how I really feel, other than sad, confused and a little bit scared. I am awaiting for the results of my own routine mammo from last week. No suspicions, just routine. Yet fear of the unknown always seems to be worse than the truth. But one thing I do know, is that tomorrow afternoon in Round Top you can come meet some very brave women who are survivors and will gather to autograph their 2010 "Creative Cups for the Cause" Calender to raise awareness for the Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center in Giddings. Come have some yummie foods and wine and meet some amazingly beautiful, brave women. I will post their photographs tomorrow afternoon, not a minute earlier, because the official "unveiling" will be held at 5 PM, Lizzie Lous, next door to Royers Cafe! No sadness, no fear....JUST CELEBRATING LIFE


Teteel said...

I would like so much to be here, tomorrow. Please, Deb, give a kiss and a big hug from me, to each one of these wonderful women.(Don't say no, please....) Much love and a big hug for you,too.

Kim Mailhot said...

So understand these feelings of being surrounded by danger and life's hard challenges! And yes, the best we can do is keep celebrating what is right, what is beautiful and strong and what is precious about this one life we all have.
I am so grateful that you are in this world today, beautiful Deb. Sending big love you you and all your Lady Friends !

Staci Danford said...

Truly can't wait to see it.. I know it will be fabulous and WOW... for such an incredible cause.

Meri said...

I was so relieved when my best friend's biopsy turned out to have been a false alarm. . . but the wait between mammogram, biopsy and report was dreadful.

Unknown said...

I will look forward to seeing the ladies' shiny, beautiful faces tomorrow in your blog. <3

rebecca said...

the new
colour of compassion and hope.
great and important project.