The Faces of Breast Cancer

Sometimes we talk so much about cancer in terms of research, donations, treatments and prevention that we forget the human aspect.

Today I’m focusing on the Faces of Breast Cancer.

These women are friends….




Childhood buddies….



Sorority sisters….


These are just a few of my “Faces of Breast Cancer.” I know you have some too. Please take just a moment to read the NanaHood Pledge and “Do Something” about breast cancer. You don’t have to do everything….just pick one thing to do and it will make a difference!

Leave a comment telling me what one thing is you can do to help fight breast cancer (Hint; Click on link above for suggestions) and you might win a pretty pink hand knit hat, made by Char (thank you, Char!) Winner chosen Friday morning. U.S. residents only please.


  1. Shannon Oliver 23 Oct, 2012

    Pray for a cure!!!

  2. Horrible awful disease.

  3. It’s scary that it affects so many! I’m sure we have all been touched by breast cancer in some way in our lives. Praying for a cure!

  4. We can blog about it!

  5. Such an important cause…

  6. Definitely an important cause…

    Happy WW 🙂

  7. Breast cancer effects so many people.

  8. We just were part of a fundraiser for two women at my husband’s work who were diagnosed.

  9. Thank you for linking up!

    At the beginning of the month I posted a blog telling others that they should get a mammogram:

  10. wonderful WW–cause that is very dear to me too–as you said DO SOMETHING

    Hopping through with BITM WW Hop

  11. Great post…

    Thanks for hosting, just linked up.
    If you have not done so yet, It’s never to late :), if the intentions are right …
    We would love to have you come share/link via our WWHop:
    Happy Day!

  12. teresak 29 Oct, 2012

    I did, Jay. Thanks!

  13. teresak 29 Oct, 2012

    Thanks Pamela! Appreciate your comment!

  14. teresak 29 Oct, 2012

    Good for you!!!!

  15. teresak 29 Oct, 2012

    Good for you! Thanks for stopping by nanahood!

  16. teresak 29 Oct, 2012

    Thanks Paula, I agree it is important!