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Friday, October 7, 2011

Save the tatas---

Happy Pink Saturday, yall.  My older sister was diagnosed with breast cancer about ten years ago.  After months of chemo and radiation she is now cancer free.  In honor of her and the struggles she went through with this disease - and because she is a very funny person and can appreciate my humor, this ornament is for her.  Stop by How Sweet the Sound and see what other lovelies the ladies have come up with. 
(Sorry about the second post, I had to come back and add the photo)

15 comments:

  1. Hi Brenda~i love this ornie!!!
    I'm so happy your sis is cancer free :)
    God bless her :)

    Have a great pinky pink Saturday!!

    xox~Mari

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  2. how can you not visit a "save the tatas" post?
    Bless your sister and may she be cancer free from now on.
    (())

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  3. I feel like I was brushed by an angel while coming to visit your lovely blog! Praise the Lord that your sister is now fine. We must find a cure.

    Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  4. Fantastic ornament!! Bet your sister will love it! Happy Pink Saturday!

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  5. This is too sweet! LOL great ornament!

    Hugs,

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  6. Hooray for your sister! This ornament is adorable! I know it stands for a terrible disease that seems to affect more and more people each day but I am hopeful better treatment and new research will help more folks to live wonderufl lives after their treatment. Your sister is an example of a happy story! Hugs Anne

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  7. Oh, I love that you did this in honor of your sister and that she is able to see this and continue the celebration of her being cancer free!
    Happy Pink Saturday!

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  8. Hi Brenda,
    I am so happy your sister is cancer free. Thank God! I love your hand painted ornament. I remember them last year and they are fantastic. You are so talented with everything my friend.
    All your creations are gorgeous this year like always. I know you are as busy as me and we love every minute. I also started painting on shells last summer and they did very well. So when my hubby and son went fishing they found me more and I am turning them into beach cottage ornaments for Christmas. So much fun.

    Thank you for stopping by and your kind words. You always bless me with your visits.
    Have a nice rest of the weekend.
    XO Celestina Marie

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  9. Brenda,

    You have a strong sister! I'm glad she beat breast cancer!

    This is my favorite-ever breast cancer ornament! You do a fantastic job on it. (I shared it on twitter last night when I ran across it!! ) ;)

    -Rebecca
    www.ChristmasGal.etsy.com

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  10. Southern with a sense of humor. It don't come any tougher than that! Love it and love y'alls attitude.
    Deb
    P.S. Thanks so much for dropping by and for your encouraging words (make that backtalk). It's always great another drawl!

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  11. P.S. Make that great TO MEET another drawl!
    Deb

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  12. I am a breast cancer survivor and I love this ornament as I know that your sister will too.
    Hope you are doing well and having a great weekend
    Love
    Maggie

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  13. I'm an almost 13-yr. survivor myself (Praise the Lord!) ~ Hugs and blessing to your sweet sister!

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I am so happy you came for a visit and I love reading your comments. I hope you will check back with me often. Until then, I will be at my easel - Happy Painting.