This is Day 21 of my 31 days of breast cancer awareness. It is also my sister, Donna's, birthday. Happy Birthday, sis! Thanks for all the support you have given me over the last 11 months. I love you!!!
There is something about a man in uniform; and a firefighter tops the cake, in my mind. Of course that may be because I've been married to one for 38 years now. Buyt a man in uniform and in pink... Now that says volumes!
Firefighters wear pink shirts to show support for cancer research
Sacramento - Californians across the state may notice something a little different when they see CAL FIRE firefighters this week. That’s because firefighters, dispatchers and other employees of the state’s fire department will be showing their support for the battle against breast cancer by wearing pink T-shirts on duty. Like fire departments across the country, CAL FIRE is participating in the 2010 national “Cares Enough to Wear Pink" campaign taking place October 25 - 27, 2010.
Firefighters from the Boggs Mtn. Helitack Crew based in Lake County show off the CAL FIRE “Cares Enough to Wear Pink” T-shirt.
Over 150 CAL FIRE firefighters and family members participated in the October 17 Race for the Cure in Temecula (Riverside County). Click Here to download
Debbie... aka the cancer warrior ... AND SURVIVOR!!!