I’ve decided to walk in as many Relay For Life events as I can. There are several counties that I’m interested in joining. My husband and my family will be supporting me in this attempt. I’ve decided on a team name of: The “A” Team < smiling >
I’ve come up with a design, bought and dyed T-shirts, & ironed the design on (transfer paper). In two weeks the walks begin …. Looking forward!
I have decided that I will not walk as an official team for RFL. I will do it on my own because I just didn’t have the energy to fundraise. I’ll be posting photos of the events.
The WV counties that I’m participating in are:
- Tucker (now canceled because of low participation)
C’mon out … walk with me. 🙂
asdf My friend, Calvin … sporting the shirt and a smile
Fairmont State University
Me w/mom, a 20-year breast cancer survivor A pensive moment with my sister
s My husband also walked in memory of his brother Mike, a victim of soft tissue sarcoma
Elkins Railroad Station Courtyard
This young man shared his story of testicular cancer.
I win. Cancer loses.
Each ribbon indicates one lap walked . . . . . . . . . tired feet at the end of the day
Preston County, Rowlesburg dlkjlkjf Community Park
The emcee asked each of the survivors to take the mike and state their name & how many years surviving we are. My husband is 15+ years (prostate cancer) and I was proud to say 11 months!
Two sets of ballons were released. There was one balloon for each survivor. Love!
This little cutie was selling lemonade
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My best friend & “adopted daughter”, Donna. asddf Dancing around the track.
Lincoln High School
Although we had a fun time, it was pouring rain.
My sister and I walking . . . . . Singing . . . .
. . . . and dancing in the rain
Baxter had a raincoat too! asdf My husband . . . . LOL
The kids had a blast playing in the rain. Imagine their surprise as I jumped in!
“Don’t be afraid; Just believe” — Mark 5:36b