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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Comments

  1. To be honest, breast cancer hasn’t touched my family immediately. But 4 years ago I decided to get involved anyway. I walked the Breast Cancer 3-Day for the Komen Foundation in 2006, was on the Crew in 2008 with my mom, and will be on the Crew with my mom again this year. It’s an amazing experience!
    .-= EG´s last blog ..Earl &amp Other- Cuter Boys =-.

  2. And I’m a FB fan!
    .-= EG´s last blog ..Earl &amp Other- Cuter Boys =-.

  3. Tawnda says:

    while breast cancer has blissfully not touched anyone currently close to me, cancer has… and I firmly believe in education over hiding your head in the sand… though that is always easier to face… I am already signed up for Lee’s National Denim Day

  4. Tawnda says:

    Tawnda M.

  5. Breast cancer has affected me because my mom has had it. She’s had lumps in her breasts before, and when she had them removed, she found out they were cancerous, but that the doctors had gotten it all. The National Denim Day sounds like a great way to raise money for breast cancer too!
    .-= AmyLauren´s last blog ..Way Back Wednesday- In honor of grandparents day =-.

  6. Also, I liked your facebook page!
    .-= AmyLauren´s last blog ..Way Back Wednesday- In honor of grandparents day =-.

  7. I haven’t had any immediate family touched by breast cancer, but I can only imagine the shock and hurt it can cause. It’s most definently a worthy cause and I would love to help in anyway I could.

  8. I liked your page on facebook.

  9. Kimberly says:

    My best friend from high school died of breast cancer and I was definitely affected by all of that. i know of so many people that have been diagnosed recently.

  10. Kimberly says:

    I liked your page on Facebook.

  11. meeyeehere says:

    My grandmother that raised me got breast cancer and battled it for a long time as it spread to her lungs and then to her brain.That was 11 years ago.My other grandmother was diagnosed and was treated quickly and fully recovered.My mom has fibroids and all the time finds lumps and has to have them checked out.I have fibriods now too and often find painful areas and worry I have cancer.
    jacksoncrisman {at} yahoo(.)com

  12. meeyeehere says:
  13. My aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer several years ago. Luckily she’s beat it, but who’s to say it won’t come back again. It’s very scary and it scares me as I don’t want to get it—my daughter needs me. And the thought of my daughter someday inheriting it scares me even more!

    All of my appliances are pink for breast cancer (Kitchen Aide) and I also donate to this foundation every year. I am hoping to do the major walk soon, but until I get up my stamina / guts then I will just continue to donate $$ and do smaller walks supporting breast cancer research.

    Please enter me in your contest—I could really use some cute new jeans, especially ones that help slenderize me. Hee hee. Thank you!! :)
    .-= Katie´s last blog ..Grandma

  14. KELLY KENNEDY says:

    Luckily I haven’t been touched by breast cancer, although I applaude every suvivor. and everyone who is currently fighting.
    Please enter me in the contest. I recently had a baby and slimming jeans would make me feel less self conscious

  15. Breast cancer has very much touched my life. My sister is a five year survivor. I lost an aunt to it. I have another aunt who has it and my mother was diagnosed with it this year.
    I have been really wanting to try these jeans so please enter me in your contest!

    shawn113(at)hotmail(dot)com

  16. Great cause. My MIL and grandmother both had it and managed to fight it successffully, although my grandma died at 75 after a great long life. I remember getting a letter from a friend’s mom who was diagnosed and her “easy” year was still busier than mine. It’s great how much more we know, but we still have a long way to go.

  17. Oh, and I liked you on FB :)

  18. My mom and both grandmothers have had breast cancer, so I have it coming from all angles! The first got it in the ‘70s and had a mastectomy, but the others were in the last 15 years, and a lumpectomy and radiation took care of it. Glad to see how technology and treatments are progressing!
    .-= The Parsonage Family´s last blog ..Little Friends =-.

  19. and I “like” you on Facebook!

  20. bonnie w says:

    My husband’s aunt fought breast cancer a few years ago and won. The whole family rallied around her.
    I would love to try these jeans – have heard about them before.

  21. Kelly B says:

    I only have a good story about cancer. My grandmother has had 3 different kinds of cancer and Breast Cancer was one of them. She has fought all 3 times and since her first diagnosis (22 years ago) she is still alive and kicking. She is now almost 83. All thanks to early diagnosis and great Doctors!!

  22. Kelly B says:

    I liked you on facebook. :-)

  23. Rita J Dutto says:

    I lost a dear friend from breast cancer several years ago. I currently have two friends fighting the demon

  24. Claire says:

    Luckily I’ve known nobody with breast cancer, but I am very aware of it and try to do my best to help the cause whenever I can. Pink ribbon!

  25. I honestly didn’t realize how many of the people I love have been affected by breast cancer, until recently. First, SIL, then find out MIL’s sister had conquered it in the past – she is still good. (need to make sure the rest of the family is ALL checked out!) Two dear friends at church have also survived it and boast of prayer and medicine! I need to whoop out the pink ribbons all around! They would look good with a pair of those jeans. ;)

  26. Vicki Wurgler says:

    My cousin was diagnosed with breast cancer about 5 years ago, a couple years later her sister. right now they are doing well and are survivors

  27. I had a scare many years ago that resulted in a lumpectomy, that thankfully was benign. I have had more mammograms than I can count in the last year and a half for “suspicious” places that it seems may be “normal” for me.

    I lost a dear friend to breast cancer 9 years ago. We have a party every year in her honor on the anniversary of her death – as per her request. She actually put it in her will that we should all get together and celebrate her yearly.

  28. Breast cancer sucks! It seperated me from my best friend Moe three years ago. She did not die from her illness….I WAS TOO WEAK TO BE A GOOD BEST FRIEND!

  29. Lisette says:

    I would love to enter your lovely giveaway, those jeans look so darn comfy and just perfect!

    One of my co workers and friends had breast cancer and gosh it was such an awful time for her. Thank God she’s doing so much better now, but all those tests and surgeries really brought her down. It’s great to see her smiling again :)

  30. susitravl says:

    Family members of several close friends have been diagnosed with breast cancer.

    susitravl(at)gmail(dot)com

  31. susitravl says:

    Facebook Fan! (SusanBenegas)
    susitravl(at)gmail(dot)com

  32. Cathy Wallace says:

    I’m blessed that breast cancer hasn’t come my families way. I recently received a package on Lee National Denim Day, that I signed up for through their Facebook page.

  33. Cathy Wallace says:

    I’m a Facebook fan (Cathy Wallace)

  34. My favorite aunt passed from breast cancer. I know what a devastating effect it can have on a woman and her family.
    .-= Mary Davis´s last blog ..A World Without Shame =-.

  35. Jessi says:

    My mother has breast caner . We found out two year ago. it has changed our lives

  36. Christina Anne D. says:

    I have friends whose mothers had breast cancer:( I’m happy there is such a movement to increase awareness. annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com

  37. Christina Anne D. says:

    I like the Blonde Mom Blog on FB annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com

  38. Judy B. says:

    Breast Cancer has not struck in my family but has struck family friends and colleagues. It has impacted me by making me more attentive to checkups and self examination. I have also learned courage from these friends and of the improvements in treatment that have occurred as the result of continued research.

  39. Judy B. says:

    I am your facebook fan as Judith B.

  40. Arceli says:

    One of my mom’s friends was diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago. She has since undergone surgery and started radiation therapy. Her doctors are speculating a good outcome, so we continue to pray for her. This is the first person in my circle of family and friends to be affected by breast cancer.

    a(dot)long(at)tcu(dot)edu

  41. Monica says:

    Breast cancer is something I have batteled against and won! I can say it is something that very easily will sneak up on you so please everyone get mamograms regularly!

  42. Melissa says:

    My mother had breast cancer a few years ago and it has been one of the hardest things in our life. She is cancer free now but will never be the same. I hope that one day we no longer have to worry about this and have a cure for such a devastating desiese.

  43. Amy Brewer says:

    I haven’t had anybody around me with breast cancer but I did have a close cousin who had a scare. It scared all the women in our family to check ourselves every month. We have had deaths in our family from other cancers. I just wish cures were found and we wouldn’t have to worry about losing our family members.

  44. The mother of my sister-in-law (we’re a close family) fought and won breast cancer. She wore wigs for awhile and went through some tough therapy. The awesome thing is she didn’t complain once…she kept smiling and living/loving life to the fullest.
    xoxoxo
    .-= deanna´s last blog ..ANNIVERSARY ROSE GIVEAWAY =-.

  45. My mom is a mamographer. I haven’t had a relative w/ breast cancer but i did have a close relative die from cervical cancer.

  46. Joy Bennett says:

    My sister in law has battled breast cancer but is making a great recover

  47. Joy Bennett says:

    FB like Joy Bennett

  48. Shannon Baas says:

    A good friend died from it.

  49. Kimberly says:

    I am very fortunate to have not been personally affected by breast cancer.

  50. sandy says:

    has hit very close to myself and several family members

  51. Kathy Luman says:

    Thankfully Breast Cancer hasn’t affected my life or of any of my family. I’m not saying it won’t but so far we have been blessed. I think about cancer it is very sorry and I can’t imagine to go through something so dramatic. If any of you or your loved ones have may God bless and help you through your struggles and may you be heeled.

  52. Kathy Luman says:

    I

  53. Michael says:

    My wife diagnosed at 35 and my ypungest daughter just underwent surgery a week ago. She will be 35 in Dec

  54. Thankfully, this form of cancer hasn’t affected me or my family unlike other forms.

  55. Belinda says:

    It’s made me more aware of the importance of self check-ups each month.
    Thanks!

  56. Linda White says:

    Mother in law had small cancerous in breast and two friends my age had it! scary stuff!

  57. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I have a mom-in-law and sister-in-law affected, I walked the susan g. komen walk this year.

  58. cwaltz says:
  59. Debra B says:

    I have a very close personal friend that went through breast cancer about 8 yrs ago and she is living a completely totally cancer free life now, but it was rough getting there, thankfully she was one of the lucky ones and everything was caught at the beginning stages although my friend did have complete mastectomy and re-construction surgery immediately following she is doing great now and because of her I do get my mammograms regularly even though they hurt like hell, thanks for the great giveaway

  60. vickie says:

    My best friend is a breast cancer survivor … I lost a good friend and cooworker to breast cancer a couple of years ago … and 3 other people I work with have breast cancer

  61. tamatha says:

    My mom had a lump that thankfully was benign, however; the nasal tumor was not. She lost her battle in March & 9/23 would have been her birthday.

  62. Brieanna N says:

    i have had close friends whose family members have breast cancer and seeing them makes me want to do anything possible to spread the word.

  63. Tari L. says:

    Breast cancer has not affected my family, but it took the life of a woman whom I had befriended at my local gym. She and I would talk often while working out. She battled the disease for year and unfortunately lost her battle about 3 months ago.

  64. EMMA L HORTON says:

    MY SISTER IS A SURVIVOR

  65. Jean F says:

    My only two sisters, my only paternal aunt, my only maternal aunt, and my mom all have/had breast cancer

  66. I have a MALE friend with breast cancer right now.
    dolniaks[at]consolidated[dot]net

  67. Holly C. says:

    My best friend is a breast cancer survivor, I am so thankful that today she is living a healthy and good life.

  68. Holly C. says:

    like your facebook page :)

  69. Monique Rizzo says:
  70. anna t. says:

    Thank God, this terrible disease has not had a direct effect on my family.

  71. carole says:

    have had several family members affected..
    Carole

  72. hminnesota says:

    not sure the mandatory comment was saved or not..
    Like you on FB:Heta S

  73. hminnesota says:

    looks like mandatory entry was not saved.
    I have been lucky enough not to experience breast cancer close to first hand..but a recent colleague/friend, she had one removed at the age of 29!!

  74. PAIGE CHANDLER says:
  75. Candace says:

    My grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 yrs ago. She had a masectomy and has been clean since then.

  76. Candace says:

    I already “liked” your facebook page (does that count?)

  77. This summer my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. Fortunately they caught it in time. She had the absolute best care! Thanks to these efforts and the advances in technology my mom is doing fine.
    .-= lisa ´s last blog ..ResVitale Review &amp Giveaway =-.

  78. Facebook fan(lisa smith)
    .-= lisa´s last blog ..ResVitale Review &amp Giveaway =-.

  79. Well, my Aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer just a few short months ago. She’s currently undergoing treatment and they say it looks good, that it was caught early enough. I was very close to my aunt growing up. I don’t get to see much of her these days but she’s in my prayers and thoughts everyday.

  80. following you on facebook (craftyrefashionista )
    .-= Rachel McGuire´s last blog ..Trouble transitioning back to school =-.

  81. Christina says:

    I lost a sister-in-law to breast cancer (who left behind a lovely 9-yr.-old girl at the time that I try to nurture and love, my brother’s child), and also have a close friend who had to have a double masectomy (in her 30’s) to survive breast cancer. Very sad! And very brave, these women!

  82. I am very fortunate that Breast Cancer has not impacted anyone close to me.
    .-= kristen´s last blog ..Did You Know CSN Stores Offer Over 200 Stores For Your Holiday Shopping =-.

  83. mickeyfan says:

    I know a large number of women who have been impacted. I pray for them and their families.

  84. Erica C. says:

    Our family has been affected by several forms of cancer, but not breast cancer. I have had a coworker struggle with it and survive.

  85. Cynthia C says:

    A friend of mine is a survivor. Luckily, she is just fine now, but many aren’t that fortunate.

  86. Cynthia C says:

    Like you on fb (Cynthia Conley)

  87. Gail Pisani says:
  88. My coworker’s mother has breast cancer, and I see how it is effecting not only her but her family as well.

  89. My former mother-in-law passed away in March from Breast Cancer and it has devistated my children. She was a good woman and it just goes to show you that cancer does not discriminate and the importance of getting a mamomgram (which she did)

  90. Sarah Hirsch says:

    I’ve been lucky that none of my close family members have been directly affected, but we know enough people that have struggled with the disease and want to see it cured!!

  91. Jen Harriman says:

    My immediate family hasn’t been affected but I have had other family members who have dealt with this disease. Breast cancer awareness has always been a cause close to my heart. I try to buy pink as often as possible.

  92. phxbne says:

    Fingers crossed, Breast Cancer hasn

  93. Aisling says:

    My mother had breast cancer and I’m vigilent about self-checks and mammograms.

  94. Both of my grandmothers have had breast cancer. One is in remission and the other just relapsed
    .-= OutnumberedMama´s last blog ..SFBC Review- Calendula Cream by Boiron =-.

  95. I “like” you on Facebook
    Pamela Olsen

  96. Erin E says:

    Breast Cancer has effected my life because so many strong women that I know have fought or are fighting the battle. The good news is most now win the fight! Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

    sewmuchstuff at ymail dot com

  97. Erin E says:

    I like you on Facebook (Erin E)
    sewmuchstuff at ymail dot com

  98. Kerry says:

    Luckily, I don’t know anyone who has had breast cancer. I’m sure at one point in my life this will change, though – that is the sad thing about breast cancer.

  99. My friend has had a very close call and it has made me more vigilant about getting checked myself and appreciating time with friends and family. Thanks for the chance!

  100. Jill Myrick says:

    I lost me very best friend to breast cancer eight years ago.
    She was a wonderful bubbly person. And remained that way till the very end.
    I miss her so much and would give anything to hear her laughter again.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  101. Jill Myrick says:

    I am a fan via Facebook as Jill Myrick.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  102. shawna says:

    My aunt is a recent breast cancer survivor and it has made me realize how it can happen to anyone!

  103. Mimi the kitten says:

    My Aunt Gail was a breast cancer survivor.

  104. Mimi the kitten says:

    Facebook fan (Angela Townsend).

  105. Jennie says:

    My grandma had breast cancer and had one removed, so now every time we visit we get to hear about how weird it is to be uneven up there, lol.

  106. Erin Walsh says:

    My grandmother died of breast cancer.

  107. shelby brigham says:

    I lost my great grandma to breast cancer, we lost the most loving and caring person in the world.

  108. Janette says:

    My closest friend’s mom and aunt are both survivors of breast cancer.

  109. Kathy says:

    I have a cousin who is going through chemo for her breast cancer.

  110. amy h says:

    One of my friends at work and her mom are both breast cancer survivors.

  111. amy h says:

    I

  112. Tracey Byram says:

    My BFF’s mom is a breast cancer survivor after having a total mastectomy.

  113. Summer says:

    My husbands grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. She is such a sweet and hardworking woman.

  114. Summer says:

    I “like” you on facebook.

    summer.tidmore

  115. We have lost friends and family and have survivors in our circle so it is a very dear to us cause.
    .-= dddiva´s last blog ..Menu for week of 9-20 plus another story to file under shes not quite right =-.

  116. Like you on FB Sherry Conrad
    .-= dddiva´s last blog ..Menu for week of 9-20 plus another story to file under shes not quite right =-.

  117. My grandma died at age 40 of breast cancer so I never met her.
    .-= debbielynne´s last blog ..FREE Diapers! =-.

  118. carole says:
  119. Julie L says:

    Both my mom and a first cousin of mine are breast cancer survivors

  120. Julie L says:

    like u on fb-Julie S Laws
    thanks for the giveaway

  121. Melanie says:

    My grandmother had a scare with it a few years back.
    She’s clear now, she ended up doing a massectomy
    just to be safe.

  122. amy d says:

    it affected alot of people i know.is very sad

  123. Dianna says:

    My mother passed away from breast cancer at age 43. I was only 14 at the time and it has left a giant hole in my life. My children never got to meet her and I always wish i could call her and ask her advice on so many things. She was robbed and so was her family. I always wonder what would have been different in my life if I had her through my crazy teenage years and how she could have affected so many wrong decisions made. I now have routine mammograms since the age of 25 because of the strength of cancer in my family.

  124. Tim Hughes says:

    I lost a friend of mine, who is a man, to breast cancer a few years ago and up until he was diagnosed, none of our group of friends was aware that breast cancer was a threat to men as well. His passing opened the eyes of all of us.

  125. Tim Hughes says:

    I “liked” your facebook page and would love to win a pair of these great Lee jeans for my wonderful wife.

  126. two years ago my mom’s shoulder was sore, so she decided to go to the doctor. Thank goodness she did, because the doctor discovered a lump.
    It was stage 1 cancer, which has a high cure rate. It was fortunate that we caught it on time!

  127. I am a fb fan (Mari Doug)

  128. Steph S says:

    My mom lost her half sister to breast cancer.

  129. Carol G says:

    My family has been lucky in that we have had no family members who have developed breast cancer—some others, but not that one. But as a RN, I have cared for many, both patients and family members, who have gone through the disease, and I vividly remember many of them.

  130. Jennifer Jozwiak says:

    I’e had a few friends suffer from beast cancer, I love them very much!

  131. Amanda S. says:

    A friend of our family’s passed away from breast cancer.

  132. kathy pease says:

    my grandmother had breast cancer and had to have both breasts removed in a double mastectomy..she was a trooper though and came through it all very well :)

  133. kathy pease says:

    like you on facebook kathy l pease klp1965 (AT) myfairpoint (DOTNET)

  134. Betty C says:

    I lost my grandmother to breast cancer while I was just a small child. I always wonder what it would have been like if she had lived longer.

  135. Teresa Choplin says:

    I lost my Granny back in 1976! I was born in April of 1975, I was 10 months old, and of course I don’t remember her, but my parents named me after her since she was sick when I was born, Her name was Edna Earle, My name is Teresa Earle, and my sons name is Trenton Earl. I decided to leave the “e” off the end of his Earl, but it is in memory of my beloved G-ma! Wish I could of know her, all the pictures I’ve ever seen, she was so beautiful, and all of my family tells me I have alot of her features, sorry for going on so long. Thanks for this give-away, and the opportunit for me to talk about her.
    Tchoplin2009 {at} gmail(.)com

  136. Joretta Foster says:
  137. Joretta Foster says:
  138. Becky says:

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  139. Becky says:

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  140. Sue Farrell says:

    A friend of mine just lost her daughter to breast cancer—-her 98 year old mother is alive and doing fine, but her daughter is gone—-something just seems backward and mixed up.

  141. tallcapp says:

    One of my cousins died very young from breast cancer and it is something you never forget.

  142. Mishia says:

    A family friend was just diagnosed with breast cancer, she lost her grandma and mother to it and she’s only 36.

  143. Mishia says:

    Liked you on fb (Mishia Mck)

  144. Jaclyn Reynolds says:

    My hometown has high rates of cancer, it’s impossible to not know someone affected.

  145. Christine says:

    my mom had it, but, she’s a fighter

  146. Angela Winesburg says:

    I lost my grandmother to breast cancer before I was born. I would have loved to have met her and have had her in my life.

  147. Helen says:

    My sister-in-law found out she had it after the birth of her last child. She is a 10 year survivor now.

    onedayitwillbealright @ gmail dot com

  148. I just found out two days ago that a dear friend of mine has been diagnosed with breast cancer. She is a strong woman and if anyone can maintain a positive outlook, it is her.

  149. nan lara says:

    MY GREAT AUNT HAD IT AND HAD TO HAVE A DOUBLE MASECTOMY
    nannypanpan at sbcglobal.net

  150. Helen says:

    I’m a facebook fan.

    hrgibbs

    onedayitwillbealright @ gmail dot com

  151. S Carter says:

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

  152. 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.

  153. 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.

  154. Mellissa C says:

    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.

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

  156. 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.

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

  158. Nancy S. says:

    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.

  159. Nancy S. says:

    I like you on Facebook – Nancy Schools.

  160. Justine says:

    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….

  161. Justine says:

    I like you on facebook

    justine pierson

  162. Veronica Garrett says:

    My sister was diagnosed last year with breast cancer.

  163. Veronica Garrett says:

    I like the Blonde Mom Blog Facebook page.

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

  165. Like you on FB too. SalanderServant

  166. Gianna says:

    My mom is a breast cancer survivor.

  167. lilshuga2001 says:

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

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