Thursday, October 11, 2012


In honor of
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
for October,
I came across
these images
that I thought
were very nice.

All Google Images except the cupcake

If you or a loved one
is going through this
right now, may God
be with you during
this most difficult


It's me said...

What a lovely thought....Nice That you thinking of from me....

It's me said...

Galina Hristova said...

I respect you for that!

Nely said...

Beautiful pictures,
Have a nice day:)

Teresa said...

My best friend's Mother underwent tomorrow her second surgery.
I appreciate you praying for her as well as all the "others" May God Give them the strength to overcome this trial and loving families to support them through this tough path.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Sheri, these images are just GREAT! That cup, THOSE BOOTS!!! Thank God, this disease has not shown itself in our family, but other cancers have...God can only sooth our fears, that is for sure, and we can only SUPPORT each other. So good to see you this fine afternoon! Anita

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing this, Sheri. My heart breaks for so many women facing this horrible monster. I pray a cure is found TODAY.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Love these images, Sheri. I am going to a Think Pink luncheon in two weeks, and I want to post about Breast Cancer Awareness Month at some point.

Sweet post, my friend.

Patty Patterson said...

Love the tea cup!

Leslie said...

Very pretty Sheri :) and that little girl is just darling! Thank you for supporting and bringing awareness to this very important cause.


Tulla and Catie said...

This is still a theme everybody avoids to talk about. Thank you for sharing this post with us! And I hope those who are affected, will receive help!!!

Michele said...

Hi Sheri ~~ I remember my grandmother going through breast cancer. She is now with the LORD. Thank you for visiting my blog today, you have brought a smile to my face today Sheri,

God Bless You,
Pearl 13.1

Kristie Franklin said...


My grandmother had both breasts removed back when I was around 12 years old long before they really knew what to do other than surgery and chemo. I remember going to see her with my mom after she had to be put into a care home because the cancer had returned in the form of bone cancer. I've known two people who have suffered with bone cancer and it is a very painful death. I helped take care of my mother-in-law's twin sister in what would be the last few months of her life. So sad...

Have a great weekend, Sheri. :)

Red Rose Alley said...

Thank you to all of you for sharing your touching stories with us.

Much love,

Kerri said...

Well you know I love this post --- PINK is my favorite color!!!

Have a blessed weekend :)


val's alentejo said...

Hello Sheri,
Beautiful images..
A nice post for anyone out there with this awful sickness.
x val

Lila Moonlight said...

Great thought you had. You know I love this color : ) The sky, the flamingo, the teacup are my faves : )

oh-my-home said...

Helo Sheri. Thank You for Your visit on my blog. It' s nice to see Your blog. Almost everyone has someone in family who has that sickness, me too...
Your post is so positive! I like pink!
It' s nice to hear that You have polish roots :)
Bye, bye
marta from

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Sheri,

Love all your pretty pink images for breast cancer awareness month.
Thank you for sharing this post and prayers go out to those who have cancer.

Have a lovely week

♥ Miss Tea said...

lovely photos! my thoughts and prayers are for those who deal with breast cancer. thank you for sharing.

xx susan