Wednesday, October 8, 2008

DomestiGals Heart... Boobies!

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Hello ladies! And hello to your ladies, too!

This is a very important post, so listen up.

In case you haven't noticed the all the PINK around you these days - at the grocery store, at Target, and all over the interwebs - this month is Jen's birthday month.

Oh, and Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

We hope that each of you will take a moment to celebrate your twin gals this month. And by "celebrate" we mean:

* Treat yourself to Sue's most miraculous discovery (courtesy of her Asian mum, of course) - the water bra!

* Or even better, get yourself a water bra bikini!

* Do a breast self-exam. Here's how.

* Or even better, do a breast self-exam every month!

* Remind your sisters, mothers, and girlfriends to do their exams too.

* Join the amazing, fabulous, and powerful Army of Women.

* Help raise awareness about breast cancer by walking or running or both!

* Take to your blogs to help spread the word.

* Donate your dough or your time or both!

* Have we mentioned that monthly self-exam?

Seriously. One in eight women will get breast cancer, so it is hugely important to know your girls inside and out!

For more information about breast cancer, Susan G. Komen for the Cure is a fabulous resource. If you have been affected by this disease (as many of us have been touched by cancer somehow), PinkTogether.com is a wonderful community on MySpace that has been endorsed by General Mills, as part of their Pink for the Cure(TM) awareness initiative. Check it out!

To donate to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, click here.

To join the Army of Women, click here.

To donate to the Avon Foundation Breast Cancer crusade, click here.

And finally, there are many other fantastic breast cancer resources and organizations out there. Please leave links to these in the comments section!

Together, we can help eradicate breast cancer, and make the world a better place for boobies everywhere.

XOXO,

Sue and Jen

1 comment:

Miss Tiff said...

Great post about Breast Cancer Awareness. :) Loved it!