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Calling Mom Bloggers to Help Me Out!

As many of you know from the badge on my page, I'm participating in the Breast Cancer 3Day in Cleveland in just over a month. My training walks are going well, but I need A LOT of help in the fundraising arena. I can't walk unless I hit a minimum amount and I only need 70 people to donate $20 to get me there. I've decided to test my favorite social media venues to see if I can get that help that I need. So far, I've had a bit of help, but I'm trusting that there are more of you out there that can help.

I'm challenging all Mommy Bloggers to donate at least $20 to my efforts for the 3day walk. I know that Mommy Bloggers will rally around causes like this to make a difference. The outpouring of thanks from breast cancer survivors has been outstanding, and I want to do this for my mom (a survivor who is walking with me), myself (I am at high risk for this disease) and my daughter should she ever need treatment. Please rise to the challenge and then challenge your friends! If you are walking, let me know so I can support you as well! And if you will be walking in Cleveland, tell me so I can meet you at the event.

Thank you so much for reading this and for helping me. Mommy Bloggers are the best!

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