Best place EVER for a man in a pink tutu.
Got an email from the Nood this morning suggesting I check this out. What I enjoyed even more than the fabulous pictures (and yes, I do plan to buy this book and then place in on my imaginary coffee table) were the comments left by others who had been so moved by Bob’s journey and work.
“As another women who is dealing with breast cancer for the second time in ten years, your photos made me smile and reminded me how awesome every day on this earth is.”
The mama at 28 years old (wedding in Golden Gate Park) - wasn't she a beaut?
My mom was amazing in every way. From her smarts to her laugh to her compassion to her love, she is missed every day. This weekend’s Pink Party will be a celebration of her life and the lives of so many women who also lost their battle. It’ll be a tribute to the hope that the color pink carries for so many of us, and it’ll provide a venue for our community to do something about breast cancer. I’ve been so overwhelmed by the support of friends, classmates, co-workers, and family members who want to be part of this movement. And I’ve been blown away by the dedication, time and energy that bestie Teeny has shown to Northwest Hope & Healing, and to me. Love you, Teeny. Can’t wait!
Met Teeny tonight at a pub in Wallingford for some good beer, mediocre food and Partay planning, capital P. bought these super cute, super pink baby notebooks at Barnes & Noble just before our date and found the Komen for a Cure pen a classmate gave me in my book bag. The perfect tools for the perfect planning/catch up session (I couldn’t help myself – bought her a Brides Mag too). Save This Very Important Date – 3/31 at the Sunset in Ballard; raffle, prizes for the prettiest in pink, DJ & dancing, pink martinis, artist battle and more. I’ve never been so excited to boogie down in my party pants.