Join us for Ribbon of Hope on October 14
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I lost my mom to breast cancer 13 years ago and she is why I am passionately pink! Join us as we honor those we have lost, those who are fighting and to remind those who are just beginning their battle that we are here and there is HOPE!
This is going to be cool. Click the pick above or go here for more information: http://bit.ly/RibbonOfHopeRegistration
It's a special community event on the lawn of Ah-Nab-Awen Park (in front of Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum) on October 14. An aeriel photograph will showcase thousands of supporters raising our umbrellas in a symbol of hope for everyone who has been touched by breast cancer. The first 5,000 people to register will receive a free umbrella to use in the aeriel picture. AWESOME!
- My first job was as a "Soda Jerk" at Cone Corners in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. (Cheesy, huh?)
- Every spring, I participate in the World's Largest Trivia Contest in my hometown of Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Out of about 500 teams and 10-12,000 players, we usually finish in the top 100!!! It's 54 straight hours of useless information and I love it. See? I'm not wired right. Just for the record, my team placed 73rd this year. :)
- I am a proud doggie mommy of "Spooner." She's a rescue who was an abused puppy mill mom. I am amazed at the FANTASTIC rescues and shelters we have in West Michigan. If you think you want to add to your family, the joy of a shelter pet in unparalleled!
- I was the lead singer in a cover band and I miss it.