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Angie Mozilo's Blog – October 2008 Archive (9)

New Feature on my Blog

Come on over and visit my blog
http://www.dailygoulash.blogspot.com, and see my new, exciting and fun feature. CRAFTY-CAM! Video tutorials with craft projects, recipe ideas and other fun stuff. Current addition of CRAFTY-CAM is a cute and easy Faux Quilted Pumpkin, perfect for you Autumn table! Check it out!

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 31, 2008 at 10:06am — No Comments

Ranting, husband, i-pod, lifelesson, child

Well, my rant from the other day has come to a happy resolution.



Before I go any further....I must clarify. I did not intend to paint my amazing, handsome, incredible, smart, dashing, sophisticated, loving, caring, considerate, awesome, dapper.....(KISS!KISS!) husband in a poor light. He truly is amazing and went the extra mile to help our daughter recover her losses. After the emotional dust of me going into fighting mode for my daughter, we calmly discussed many options about how… Continue

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 30, 2008 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Simple Memories.

One of my favorite memories of fall from my childhood is coming home from school one day and seeing the our house turned into a festive Halloween spectacular.



My family had never really decorated for Halloween before. We always went trick-or-treating, but the whole Halloween scene was not really our thing as a family. We dressed up as angels, fairies, rag-dolls; things that were fun but not scary. Ghoulish garb and horror based themes just didn't sit well with three girls growing up… Continue

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 30, 2008 at 7:28pm — No Comments

Cancer Awareness

Just a reminder as October is nearing an end. This is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Remember to do your self exam, schedule your mammogram and make an appointment for your clinical exam (Dr. exam).



This month, my blog http://www.azmomofmanyhats.blogspot.com has been dedicated to cancer awareness. I have shared my sister's cancer story - her battle with IBC, How you can go PINK, Cancer Hope, and Cancer Blessings. I shared information about IBC and posted resource links for… Continue

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 25, 2008 at 2:55pm — 2 Comments

Cancer Blessings

Cancer Blessings.....



At first glance, these two words don't fit together. They appear to be an oxymoron. How can cancer, something so horrible and devastating, be paired with such a lovely word as blessing? How can a word that brings on the feeling of mire and darkness sit next to a word of hope and light?



I would say that they do fit together. I know my sister Amy would.



Amy and I have been in almost daily contact since her diagnosis. Many of the days have… Continue

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 21, 2008 at 11:11pm — No Comments

Breast Cancer Hope

Although this is written mostly from my perspective, I write this entry with the permission of my beautiful sister Amy who is a true warrior and survivor.



I remember the day last February that my sister called me.



I was sitting in my car in the parking lot at the community college where I was taking classes. My phone range, and on the other end of the line was my sister, barely able to speak. She was in tears after leaving her general practitioner's office and on her way… Continue

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 19, 2008 at 11:04pm — No Comments

GET YOUR PINK ON!

Pink is the new black....well at least in the month of October. In stores, newspaper advertisements and magazine articles you will see this color permeating our consumer landscape. Will you cave to societal or peer pressure and jump on the new color trend? Will you outfit yourself or your home with this rosy hue? Are you willing to go pink and support breast cancer research?



If so, read on....



Now I don't advocate going out and spending money just for the sake of spending… Continue

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 13, 2008 at 12:08am — No Comments

Go Pink!

If you have been anywhere this month, you have probably seen the barrage of pink everything, everywhere. The sudden invasion of the oh, so happy, oh so rosy, oh so PINK is a result of October being National Breast Cancer Awareness month.



Retailers are participating in cause related marketing - the cause being breast cancer awareness. According to *foundationcenter.org, cause related marketing is when a profitable company partners with a non-profit organization to promote their… Continue

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 7, 2008 at 12:09am — 1 Comment

My Sister's Cancer

I am writing this with the permission of my beautiful sister, Amy.



Several months ago, Amy noticed some changes in her breast. But, she didn't think much of it. Like many women her breasts had always been a little lopsided, so when that increased, it wasn't that concerning to her. She felt some fullness ans soreness, but she had breast fed her son when he was a baby, and the feeling felt similar to when it was time for him to nurse. Her breast looked rashy and was a little itchy, but… Continue

Added by Angie Mozilo on October 1, 2008 at 4:42pm — 1 Comment

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