So Angie had an ooph and is now in menopause. Stop the presses! (But seriously, glad to see she's not hiding from the truth.)
Angelina Jolie has revealed that she underwent preventative surgery to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed last week after tests found inflammatory markers that could…See More
Well this is a little bit brilliant! How many of you already do this?
You do have enough time to exercise, really. Especially if you make moving more a priority throughout the day, even if that's a work day. Before you get all defensive, hear us out: You don't need to spend your lunchbreak at the…See More
Are you in Illinois? If so, you might be interested in this. Please contact the producer (info below). Pink Daisy isn't associated with this in any way. I'm just passing on the information. My name is Amanda Honigfort and I am a producer with WILL, Illinois Public Media. We are producing a televised community conversation that will tie to an upcoming documentary on cancer from Ken Burns. I am wondering if you know of anyone in our area (central Illinois) who has a connection to…See More
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Not work-appropriate but a beautiful tribute to a breast cancer survivor from one of our favorites from "The Hangover."
"She taught me that life is short, and don't be afraid to take chances." — Stand Up To Cancer ambassador Ken Jeong on how his wife's battle with cancer influenced his work in The Hangover. Heads up: This video contains a few not-safe-for-work clips…See More
Hannah plays “CeCe” on this season’s hit show, THE NEW GIRL, on Fox. She told us, “I'm honored to work alongside Debbie at the Pink Daisy Project. It’s important for young women and mothers fighting breast cancer to know there's a community of dedicated friends who'll provide the essentials to help them cope and heal through the everyday challenges of this disease.”
Our organization is dedicated to the memory of my Grandma Daisy, the first pink warrior in my life. Grandma was guided in life by a few basic principles: family comes first, love with all your heart, and give unselfishly. Grandma taught me how to cook, sew, and fight breast cancer bravely and with perseverance. In her honor, the Pink Daisy Project is committed to providing care and comfort to young women facing breast cancer treatment. That’s the way Grandma would have wanted it.
Our son is handsome, healthy, and blessed..
TORIN T. BROWN JR.
6lbs 2oz and 19inches
My hubby was the best coach ever 14 hours natural labor and it was worth ever minute to see my beautiful son come into this world with his eyes open ready to conquer the world. Lil man looked his Daddy right in the eyes and smiled and all mommy could do was cry tears of joy and THANK GOD for every blessing I have and will receive.
Photos coming soon
Well I got one more month and my miracle son from God will be here I will post pictures of him and the baby shower as soon as I can. I am wiped out he takes all my energy but its well worth it. My doctors were proud of me I only gained 15lbs during my pregnancy . That's because I did not change my diet I still ate like I was going thru chemo. So far so good love everyone and I hope everyone of my daisy sisters are doing good and taking one day at a time.…Continue
Posted by Beneca Curry on August 27, 2014 at 8:04pm