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Need a great reading? Head on over to my friend dakotawitch reading site:
dw_divines

Here is a listing of the different reading she has to offer!

http://dakotawitch.livejournal.com/261541.html

Tarot, tarot!

Need a great reading? Head on over to my friend dakotawitch reading site:
dw_divines

Here is a listing of the different reading she has to offer!

http://dakotawitch.livejournal.com/261541.html
If you are so inclined, donate to the Komen Race for the Cure. I am on a team with my cousin and her friends here in Austin, TX, called Pink Streaks.

My life has been greatly affected by breast cancer. I had my first benign tumor removed in college. My maternal grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1983 or 84 (?), had a mastectomy, radiation and lived on for quite some time, until 1992, dying of something totally unrelated.

My mother was diagnosed in the 90's and is a survivor of almost 18 years. 2 close friends were diagnosed in 2006 & 2007.

My best friend from high school was diagnosed and has just past her first year of survival. She is my age. 47.

I had a male boss who had to undergo a mammogram due to a suspicious lump.

I myself have undergone mammograms since I was in my early 30's. I had the genentic test completed last year and I am clean. But this does not mean I will not become 1 in 8 women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Even a dollar makes a difference. Even if you cannot afford to donate, and I understand in this economy we have to be chosey, volunteer. For me. For you. For your daughters. For your friends. For your neighbors.

For those you know and those you don't. For those who have lived a lifetime and for those not yet borrn.

Blessed Be
Namaste
Peace

Race for the Cure

If you are so inclined, donate to the Komen Race for the Cure. I am on a team with my cousin and her friends here in Austin, TX, called Pink Streaks. 

My life has been greatly affected by breast cancer. I had my first benign tumor removed in college. My maternal grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1983 or 84 (?), had a mastectomy, radiation and lived on for quite some time, until 1992, dying of something totally unrelated.

My mother was diagnosed in the 90's and is a survivor of almost 18 years. 2 close friends were diagnosed in 2006 & 2007.

My best friend from high school was diagnosed and has just past her first year of survival. She is my age. 47.

I had a male boss who had to undergo a mammogram due to a suspicious lump.

I myself have undergone mammograms since I was in my early 30's. I had the genentic test completed last year and I am clean. But this does not mean I will not become 1 in 8 women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Even a dollar makes a difference. Even if you cannot afford to donate, and I understand in this economy we have to be chosey, volunteer. For me. For you. For your daughters. For your friends. For your neighbors.

For those you know and those you don't. For those who have lived a lifetime and for those not yet borrn.

Blessed Be
Namaste
Peace
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