Wednesday, April 21, 2010

She Colors My Day

Mom, friend, a shoulder, support...moms and daughters.
How close are you with your mom? Have you bonded together? I know when I had some tough times my mom was there for me and I was there for her. We helped each other. Many of my friends are close to their mothers. I see the bonds they share. One of my friends who was diagnosed with breast cancer and had their mother/daughter relationship tested a couple of years ago. I am so glad to say that their bond is tighter than I have ever known it to be. I dont have a daughter but I hope when I do that I am able to have a great relationship with her. I want to be the shoulder, the hand, her legs to stand on, but most of all I want to be her MOM.

What is She Colors My Day?
The she colors my day project began when a mother named Annette, dying of breast cancer, created a keepsake for the four daughters she was preparing to leave behind. Annette sent a c.d. of she and her daughters singing to her many friends and family. Unbeknown to Annette, her act of love would be the inspiration for her friend, Cristina Carlino, founder of Project Miracle and former CEO of philosophy, to ignite the she colors my day movement - a celebration of the never-ending bonds of mothers and daughters. The now worldwide she colors my day movement embarks upon a global journey to create for a cure. Inspired by a mother’s infinite love, this ever widening circle of caring will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s /Women’s Cancer Research Group bio marker project.

To find out more or to donate please go to she colors my day.

Who colors your day? Why not color someone's day today? I just did!

Breast cancer affects all of us. Everyone has a mother, a sister, an aunt, etc... help find a cure.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, the global leader of the breast cancer movement, has invested nearly $1.5 billion since inception in 1982. As the world's largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists, we're working together to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures.

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