I totally support this. Not that it matters, but I really do. This isn’t something I would make a joke out of — I am being perfectly serious when I say that this right here is a GOOD cause. Better than killing Voldemort, because in a way, this IS Voldemort, only real. Voldemort represents evil and death, right? And Harry has to overcome him. Well, for a lot of women, Breast Cancer is their Voldemort. And they can’t overcome it alone. That’s what this walk is for. And even though I’m just a sarcastic teenie-bopper who spends too much time reading (is there any such thing?) and not enough time getting off her butt and helping, and my opinion about this can’t matter much, I absolutely believe in this cause as much as I believe in Jesus. Keep it up, girls.
Well done, Doris. And as always, I love to read the things you write. You express your heart so beautifully. Being an oncology nurse for many years of my career, finding cures for cancers is high on my priority list as well…not to mention, all the loved ones among my family & friends that have lost their battle with the disease. We’ll keep right on walking, my friend!
Thanks to both of you – and you are right BringItVoldyROAR, this is Voldemort. It’s our job to help support the good in the world by trying to remove the evil.
Lillylove as usual, thanks! I tend to wear my heart on my sleeve. It’s who I am. This year I found I tested positive for the Brach A genetic mutation so I know I have a very high chance of getting it. All of this research has given me knowledge.
Thanks both of you!
Doris ~ Though “knowing” you have the gene is scarey, it also serves to bring it home how important “Constant Vigilance” is when it comes to this disease. Please do your monthly SBE & annual mammogram :) EARLY intervention saves lives.
Love & hugs~