Cancer and Christmas

All proceeds for the week of Nov. 24- Nov. 30 will go to a Cancer patient at my work who has no insurance. The cancer facility will not start treatment till she has $400. Please help me reach this goal. She will have surgery to remove part of one of her breasts and then will undergo major reconstructive surgery beyond that. Thank you for all you can do to help me in this cause. This is one of the most devastating things that could happen to someone at Christmastime. I can’t imagine going through it myself. Send up prayers and share this blog with anyone you can. Thank you. Sorry, I’m not more articulate today, as tears fill my eyes. Love swells in my heart for humanity, and I can’t sit by and do nothing if there’s a way I can be involved. Let’s make someone’s Christmas a little less bleak.


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