A Conversation I Hope You Never Have

4 10 2010
Walking For All Boobs

Member of 3-Day for the Cure Team F.A.B. (For All Boobs)

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month I wanted to share a scene between two friends.

Emily was afraid of the expression on her own face. Was it appropriate? She was sitting with Christie, one of her closest and oldest friends, and she suddenly felt awkward.

Christie had just told her that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and Emily just stared at her. She knew that she must not have heard her correctly. Christie was only 32 years old. She was in much better shape than Emily. She could not be sick.

As if she was able to read Emily’s thoughts, Christie spoke again, “Yes, Em, you did hear me. I said cancer.” Read the rest of this entry »

What IS the 3-Day?

30 06 2010

The following explanation of the 3-Day was written by 3-Day for the Cure Ambassador Jay Furr. Most of the post is beloiw, but if you want to read it on Jay’s site, you can read it  here. I was inspired to write my own explanation, but Jay did such a great job, I’m borrowing it. Thanks Jay!

Once you understand what, exactly, the 3-Day for the Cure is, please support me on my 3-Day journey and donate on my fundraising page: www.the3day.org/goto/AmyTeeple

Thanks! Happy reading …

So here’s a go at answering that question: “What is the 3-Day”?

Let me start by saying, what is it NOT?

It’s not a race.  Read the rest of this entry »