Lee National Denim Day, And A Giveaway

Congratulations to EG at Stuff Growing, Holly C., Nashville blogger Jessica from The Parsonage Family, Outnumbered Mama, and Sarah Hirsch! You each won a pair of I don’t really know anyone whose life hasn’t been touched by breast cancer, whether it’s your mother, your sister, a cousin, or a dear friend or co-worker or even yourself. It has touched my family the past few years with my own mother-in-law, and just recently my best friend’s family, whose sister-in-law was just diagnosed. I’ve had that terrifying moment where I found a small lump in my own breast (and I was so relieved to know I was fine a few biopsies and an MRI later but it was a long, stressful process.)

Lee National Denim Day is coming up in three weeks on October 8 and it’s a great way to rally together with friends, neighbors, colleagues, and family to raise money for breast cancer research and show your support.

Where are your donations going? Your money will help researchers at institutions across the nation (including Vanderbilt University here in Nashville) as well as help provide community and support for cancer patients through organizations such as The Wellness Community and Gilda’s Club.

Visit the Lee National Denim Day website to find out more details and how you can register a team.

Speaking of jeans, I’m giving away five pairs of Lee’s Slender Secret Keller Jeans. I have different three pairs of Slender Secret line jeans and they are fantastic! Just leave a comment about how breast cancer has affected your life. For an extra comment, I’d love it if you’d “like” the new Blonde Mom Blog Facebook page, but please leave an extra comment here if you do. I’ll draw five winners’ names at random from all eligible comments left by midnight CST Thursday, September 23.

Disclosure: I am a Lee Fit Ambassador. I occasionally receive products from Lee, but I am not paid to share information about the company or its projects. I just think National Denim Day is a worthy event to share with ya’ll.

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I'm Jamie, a 40-something Nashville mom desperately seeking a few moments of Zen and zinfandel between soccer practice and supper. I love to travel, find great deals, and talk with my hands. My former beach bartender husband founded MouseCalls Computer Services. We have two daughters, three dogs, and too much laundry. Email me at blondemomblog @ gmail.com.

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  1. Luckily my immediate family has not been affected by breast cancer.

  2. My daughter and I made friends with some women who had this when my daughter was being treated. Since we stopped going-my daughter did not make it, I do not know what happened to them.

  3. My sister has had a couple of scares like you and we are very thankful she is Ok and it was not cancer but my mother in law did have it and faught it with everything she had. We are very thankful that she beat it and has been cancer free for many years now.

  4. My aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 35 years old and pregnant. I am happy to report that she is cancer free and and gave birth to a healthy child.

  5. It has affected me personally but I am aware of other people who have been affected

  6. I have had numerous biopsies for tumors in my breast which have all so far been luckily negative. But I am at high risk and am followed closely by a breast oncologist. Very scary. thanks.

  7. I have lot a lot of family friends because of breast cancer.

  8. I’ve been very lucky that no one in my family has been affected but my mother’s friend’s daughter is fighting hard right now.

  9. I like you on Facebook – Nancy Schools.

  10. No one I know has had breast cancer yet but I am always fearful that I will get it. I don’t personally care all that much about body parts, but I just want to make sure I am around to help my children leave happy lives….

  11. I like you on facebook

    justine pierson

  12. Veronica Garrett says:

    My sister was diagnosed last year with breast cancer.

  13. Veronica Garrett says:

    I like the Blonde Mom Blog Facebook page.

  14. It’s led to a great deal of panic for my girlfriend at the time. So scary.

  15. Like you on FB too. SalanderServant

  16. My mom is a breast cancer survivor.

  17. lilshuga2001 says:

    Hsnt affectd me personally…. but ive heard some pretty sad stories…. :(

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