Also having issues with blood pressure. After the last surgery, it went very low and I was taken off some of my meds for that--now, it is going high and I had to add some meds for that. My body, I am sure, is saying "Enough, already! Stick a fork in me...I'm done!"
Not feeling totally "up to par" yet. But hoping to soon since the breast cancer walk is this Sunday and my team, "Rivertown's Bosom Buddies" are just raring to go! Our shirts are coming this Friday ("Walking our Buns off for the Boobs") and I have been planning for this day for a while. We have raised over $5,000 and I am so proud of what we have done.
Each October, the world is colored PINK and breast cancer awareness is all over. This is a pandemic, people! Everywhere you go, look around you at people and count up to 8...one in eight people will be affected by breast cancer. We need the PINK to remind us that we want to ensure early detection (get those mammo's, everyone!) and further research and development to help those who have already been diagnosed and those who will be. We need to rid our bodies of this disease! We need to take better care of God's world so that we, in turn, can take better care of us!
Looking forward to seeing all the PINK on Sunday. Even thinking of spraying my hair a little pink and of course, pink sneakers. It used to be PINK reminded me of the cancer and all I was going through. Now, it reminds me that there is HOPE and the color of HOPE is PINK!