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PostHeaderIcon Simply put, Cancer Sucks #GivingComfort

As the title says, Cancer Sucks! When I was contacted to write about this topic, I was a little hesitant. Not because I didn’t want to help, because I didn’t want to drag out all of the bad memories from the past. I sat down and decided, I needed to do it. Now of course, I am supposed to tell you that this blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Giving Comfort blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own however, that has nothing to do with my story or why I am choosing to write it.
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PostHeaderIcon Wordless Wednesday: Sunscreen 101

Yes, I know… It is supposed to be wordless… This is what happens when parents can’t take just a few moments to put sunscreen on their children. My poor son came home last night from visitation with the other parental unit and this is what he looked like.  My poor baby was in so much pain and appeared dehydrated. He just laid on the couch in front of the fan with a bottle of water in his hand. I put some aloe on him and that was all I could do before sending him back for the remainder of his visitation :( I am so proud to be a Coppertone Water Mom and I ALWAYS put sunscreen on my boys. Sometimes so much it annoys them. To that I say to bad, better to annoy them then give them skin cancer! I don’t really know what some parents are thinking. My boyfriend’s son also had sunburn on his face so bad that it was blistering. :(

 

Disclosure: This is a personal post because I just felt like doing one. Not because I was asked or paid to. That is still allowed right?

PostHeaderIcon Happy Birthday to a beautiful woman

On August 4th 2000 my Nana passed away from Ovarian Cancer. She was a tough cookie and put up one hell of a fight. She lost that fight  at 68 years young. She was exactly 3 months to the day shy of reaching her 50th wedding anniversary with my grandfather.  My Nana was an amazing woman who had a rough life. She was one of my best friends and there wasn’t anything that I wouldn’t tell her. Today would have been her 79th birthday.

Happy Birthday Nana! You are so loved and missed!

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