Friday, October 30, 2009

Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Think Pink!

It’s been Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October and these lovely ladies have joined in with me to promote the campaign by posting pink pictures and information on their blogs.

I’m offering a virtual flower from my garden to each one

DSCF1509Laura from Ciao Amalfi gave us a whirlwind tour of the towns of the Amalfi Coast and amongst the rainbow of colours, she found pink in the most unexpected places! She stresses the importance of early detection with facts from The National Breast Cancer Foundation.

DSCF1521 Sue from The Pownall Chronicles had a great line up of women photographs from her travels and facts from The Pink Ribbon Foundation.

DSCF1486Anne in Oxfordshire shows us her feminine side with pretty pink objects from her dresser. Many of her friends took part in Breast Cancer walks in Paris too.

DSCF1478 It was cyclamen season with Pat from Sicily. In Sicily Scene, she stressed the importance of not ignoring lumps however tiny and that men are also subject to Breast Cancer. Thank you for putting up the link to LILT, the Italian Tumor Foundation too.

DSCF1500Darling Fifi from Fifi Flowers Design Decor has used her talents to help the campaign, by donating 10 percent of sales of her zany French pink painting collection to Breast Cancer research.

2003_0101Image0002 Michelle from Bleeding Espresso supported the campaign with jewelry and pink coffee machines. She had links to important information from the Breast Cancer.Org and simply suggested that we don’t forget about being vigilant but have Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer in our minds all year long!

I think that that’s a very good point to end on!

Thank you so much girls!


Cathi said...

We need to stamp out this awful disease and hopefully with the research, we will see it in our lifetime. Too many loved ones have been lost! Thank you for also bringing awareness thru your blog! Happy Weekend! :)

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Scintilla thank you soooo much for my beautiful flower, may I put it on my blog..I am so pleased that a few others joined in.

This is a very wonderful post, such a good cause to be made aware thank you. :-)

Rosa said...

Anne, you are so welcome to it!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Thank you so much for the lovely flower. I'm glad that so many people joined in. And thank you again for the idea. Supporting this cause is so important.

Laura said...

Ciao Scintilla! What a lovely round-up. I'm glad to see others joined in! I'm off to do some pink traveling around the web. :-) Thank you for the lovely pink rose from your garden! I would love to know the names of all those pretty pink flowers, especially the 4th and 5th ones. So beautiful!

Fifi Flowers said...

Merci for the award! I have add it to my sidebar!

casalba said...

I am nearly at a standstill with blogging, but yours I always try to read - this post is a great illustration why. I particularly liked your virtual flowers.

Primary Work at Home said...

Wow nice pics! I love the colors.

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