When my mother in law was diagnosed with breast cancer our family was stunned. Of course, many families are not left untouched by cancer but to have a parent get cancer is not only unwelcome but also scary for children. When my mother-in-law lost her hair due to chemotherapy and radiation, my husband shaved his head right along with her. I am thankful to say that my mother in law is a breast cancer survivor. I am so proud of her and how she fought against the cancer in her body. We are thankful that we serve an awesome God who is with us no matter what.
We can all make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. October is breast cancer awareness month and there are many ways to help.
Breast Health Education: Get the Facts
Great post! Thanks for sharing!
What a great cause. I can surely appreciate your taking the time for this. 🙂
Amanda Tempel says
What a great thing Freschetta is doing!
Also, I am sorry to hear about your mother.
I love that Freschetta is doing this! How great!
I am so glad to hear your mother in law survived this horrible disease. Thanks for sharing your personal story and sharing such a great cause.
Kristin Wheeler (Mama Luvs Books) says
What a great thing Freschetta is doing! I love when companies do things for great causes!