Saturday, September 25, 2010

The Game-The Wedding and Race for the Cure

We lost our football game last night by 7 points, but considering how many penalties we had & that our starting quarterback went out hurt, I have to say that most of the parents were pleased w/ that score, it could've been worse.

Tonight's the wedding & after all of your help on my "Fashion Police: I Need Help" & the fact that I found out the bridesmaids will be wearing long black dresses, I've decided to wear it. Thanks for ALL your comments/help! I think I'm going to turn to you guys all the time for my questionable fashion outfits!

On Sunday my friend/manager Marsha, my bosses wife, Marianne Park (who has beaten breast cancer) & a few more friends will be walking in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure (click link to find a race in your area).

I will also be walking in honor of my friend
Joanne Phillips who passed away last year from this terrible disease.

Most of us feel so helpless when we/ or our loved ones are struck by cancer. I've made a decision to try to be pro active in helping raise money for the research & ultimate cure of ALL cancer. It doesn't take much to get up early on a Sunday morning, pay $35.00 (each) & get a group of friends together to walk or run a 5K.

It's simple...and it WILL make a difference.

4 comments:

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Yes, Lisa, you can make a difference! You are so good and lovable.

Anonymous said...

Thinking of my good, kind and generous girl. Let me know how the wedding went, and your walk for the cure. I don't think there is one person that has not been touched by this terrible disease. You are making a difference---not only with your walk, but with your constant prayers, concern and love. So proud of you! Mommy

nycrun said...

yes make a difference
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Leesa said...

Hi Lisa...

You look stunning in that dress-- though I'm convinced you could wear a rag and look like a million bucks! You and your hubby are a very handsome pair!

God bless you for doing the walk for breast cancer- I missed ours on Sunday here in Paris, but did it last year.. Next year, I'll have to organize it better!
I'm very sorry about your dear friend! It's SOOO hard to lose our loved ones to cancer- an accident, or just any disease.
I know we have a long way to go, but I PRAY we get closer and closer to the cure... CANCER is a VERY UGLY MONSTER!! I HATE IT!!!!!!!!
I really pray we have a cure soon...
God bless,
Leesa