September 17th, 2008

Boobies (Aeryn)

Heads up, Scapers. Breast Cancer Fundraiser in Memory of Lucy *Can*

Some of you that's been in the fandom a while may remember fellow Scaper, Can (Lucy), and the fact she passed away a little over a year ago after a very long battle with breast cancer. Her daughter sent out this email to several folks that knew Can and are asking for the word to be spread so we all can help in Lucy's name.

A message from Catherine Aebel caebel @ clarknexsen dot com.

To all: 

All of you knew my mother, Lucy, in one way or another.  In her honor I have decided to join the fight against breast cancer.  Please visit my personal page and send this everyone you know. Together, we can make a difference.

"This year, hundreds of thousands of people will hear the words "You have breast cancer," and there's a good chance that some of them will be people we know and love. I have chosen to fight back against this disease and help make a difference by participating in the
American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, and I hope you will join me by making a donation in support of my effort.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a noncompetitive walk to honor breast cancer survivors and to educate women about early detection and prevention. And of course, by raising money to support the American Cancer Society fight against breast cancer, we help fund groundbreaking research, public awareness campaigns, efforts to ensure all women have access to mammograms, and free programs and services that improve the quality of life for patients and their families."

I hope you will support my efforts by making a donation using my personal online fundraising page. It's safe and simple. All you have to do is click the link below and follow the few easy steps.

Last year, 450,000 Making Strides participants raised $45 million ... and they did it one donation at a time. So, whether you're able to give $5 or $500, every bit truly does help. Hope starts one dollar at a time.

Hope starts with me. And hope can start with you. Thank you in advance for any support you may be able to offer. The American Cancer Society state fundraising notices can be reviewed at:

Click here to visit my personal page.
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Click here to view the team page for CN Striders
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Click here to view the company page for Clark Nexsen
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Easy to Please (John/Chiana)

I feel ten pounds lighter

After much flip-flopping over whether to get it cut because I do look much better with longer hair (I am so tired of the migraines from having to wear it up and the heat rash on my hairline if I don't) I got it whacked. So I went from having hair just below my shoulders to this:Collapse )

And color me surprised... everyone likes it! The older kids came up from the bus stop as I was coming out of my bro's and they started hootin' and hollaring. S called out 'sexy mama'. *snerk* H stopped as the rest of the kids walked on to their house and he was just a grinning like crazy and telling me how much he liked it, then he asked me to turn around to see the back and the boy actually fluffed it and said I should always get my hair done like that. He really does know how to sweet talk a girl. *g*
Dork (John)

Maybe I Should Put A Warning

I'm doing this only on the condition that scorpy808 posts pictures of herself. Taken with my computer webcam, so they're not the best.

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ETA: totally going to take advantage of the Me Meme I saw over on astrogirl2's lj.

The rules:
Take a picture of yourself right now.
Don't change your clothes, don't fix your hair...just take a picture.
Post that picture with NO editing.
Post these instructions with your picture