breast cancer survivor
It’s October 1st and that means it is Breast Cancer awareness month!! A mammogram can save your life and should be started at age 40 (or sooner if family history.)
We all know someone who has been affected by this disease why not celebrate that person with a pop bouquet covered in pink ribbons showing your love and support. With each Breast Cancer pop arrangement I will include a free card made by me as shown below.
Having personally gone through a biopsy I know what it is like to wait for the results, being so scared it literally consumes your life. I was given an all clear and for that I am grateful, however, I know so many that were not that fortunate and my heart goes out to them deeply.
Take a minute to give a pop bouquet to your friend, family member or maybe just an acquaintance of yours to let them know you are thinking of them. Its a small gesture that will go a long way.
Do you know someone in your life that has been affected by breast cancer? Someone who has been diagnosed and is currently fighting this disease? Someone who is in remission or someone who lost the battle? Well October is a time to remember, pray and honor all those affected by breast cancer. I personally had a scare several years ago that ended in a clear biopsy but it makes me think daily of those who did not have that result. So please get your mammogram today. Life is precious save the tatas!!
It is never to late to have a cheerful bouquet sent to that special someone to simply say “I’m thinking of you” Order a dozen today and don’t worry we do these all year long because October is not the only month to bring attention to breast cancer awareness.