Friday, October 1, 2010

Hope Love Cure Blog Candy

Today is Friday, October 1st and I’m sure most people view it as just another ordinary day, but today marks “Breast Cancer Awareness Month”.  The brightness of pink during the month of October stands for hope and strength.  It stands for all the efforts of people working to find a cure ... saving lives together.

Worldwide, millions of people are suffering from breast cancer each day and this is a cause I am passionate about.

To help promote breast cancer awareness month, I will be giving away as blog candy the following items:

1 - Hope, Love, Cure (Black) Petite Mini Tote (product size: 10 3/4” x 7 3/4 “ x 5”)
1 - Hope, Love, Cure (Pink) Petite Cotton Tote (product size: 8 1/2" X 7 1/4" X 4”)

All you need to do to enter the drawing is leave me a comment on this post by Friday, October 22, 2010.

I will select the winners on Saturday, October 23, 2010 using random.org and will give the winners 48 hours to contact me via email.

Also, if you are a follower on my blog and are interested in receiving a free Women’s Health Bookmark (while supplies last), please email me and I will get one in the mail to you. Here is a sample of what they look like.

So … spread the word to your family and friends about October being “Breast Cancer Awareness Month”.  I am displaying a custom pink ribbon created by the talented Karen Valentine.  Please be sure to visit Karen's blog to "grab" your own button.  She will be offering them this month.

Wishing you a great day!

16 comments:

Pam~ said...

What a wonderful post today! I lost my grandmother to breast cancer. I hope you have a great weekend!

Billie Dee said...

What a great way to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Thank you!

Ronnie said...

What better way to celebrate such an important month. The bags are beautiful, and I have a very dear friend that is a breast cancer survivor that I would give one of the bags to. Thank you for the chance!

KarinsArtScrap said...

Donna your support breast cancer what great.
And given a candy away in this form it's wonderful.

thank you for this chance.

greetings karin

Paige said...

Awesome totes! Thank you for the chance to win.

Lori Ingebritson said...

Donna, your blog candy is a really nice thing to do! KUDOS!

Caroly G. said...

I certainly hope everyone takes the time to research your blog--I did and enjoyed it greatly. Your support of breast cancer is obvious in so many ways. What a great way to show it in giving away those lovely bags. We all should remember to get our annual mammograms and let's not forget--MEN can get get breast cancer too!
Your music is so relaxing too!

Jessica said...

What a great way to spread the news about awareness!!

Patty said...

What a great idea to spread the word about breast cancer awareness month. Such cute bags too!

KER said...

thanks for your ribbon...great way to show support and spread the love and awareness

Anonymous said...

Hey Donna love looking at your blog I love your stampscapes! have a great weekend! Pam Wilson

Joan V said...

Donna, thank you for sharing your CAUSE. Breast cancer patients and survivors need all the love, hope and support we can give them. Thanks for spreading the word and your love. Love your site. Came her via a friend.

Dana said...

I seriously don't know how we found each other.. do you? But you are quickly becoming one of my favorite peope!! I appreciate all your comments on my blog so much! Congrats on 2 years and God willing we will see you reach 31 too.. granted I probably will have lost all my abilities and sensibilies by then but won't that be FUN?? LOL!
Hugs~
Dana

Texas JennyWren said...

What a wonderful way to share the message about breast cancer awareness. Thanks so much for your generousity!! And for you great blog!

The Paper Princess said...

Hi Donna,

These totes are such a beautiful way to spread the message! Thanks so much for offering these; I will spread the word with a sidebar post as well!

And, thanks for stopping by Create With Joy today - your comments always make me smile!

Have a wonderful week!

Hugs
Ramona
http://create-with-joy.blogspot.com

justus said...

I am sure that breast cancer has touched every single one of our lives in one way or another. I know that in the breast is where the cancer started with my grandmother. We lost her 3 years ago, and it still feels like yesterday.

Thank you kindly for the great support you all have shown. Donna thank you for reminding us to share with others and always caring!

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