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August 25th, 2009

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so I'm looking for a book. It;s an odd book but it looks like an interesting read. I don;t know what it's called or who it';s by but I remember the plot. This woman is pregnant but the baby dies. She refuses to deliver and takes it to term only to give birth to an undead baby that craves flesh. I read a review of it a few weeks back and now I want to find it. Any ideaS?

August 1st, 2009

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Hello All!

Some of you may or may not know that coming up at the beginning of October is a special event. October 4, 2009 is the annual CIBC Run for the Cure. For those of you that are unaware of it, it is a 1km or 5km walk or run with proceeds benefiting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. This event helps to fund research and treatment for those affected by Breast Cancer. Hundreds of thousands of men, women and children Canada wide participate every year and last year alone over $28.5 million was raised to benefit the foundation. With progress like that, a future without cancer is not far behind.

I have participated in the run myself for 8 years, since 2001 when my own mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Thankfully, she was one of the lucky ones and survived. Many do not. My goal, by participating in this run, is to help raise enough money to help discover and create new and more aggressive treatments to help give hope to the nearly 23,000 women and men that will be diagnosed this year alone. 5,400 women and men are expected to die of this disease this year alone. If we unite, we can do something about that!

And yes, now I’m getting to the money part. Please consider taking a part in the change and donating to the cause. Donations can be made in two ways. You can approach me in person or you can go to website https://www.cibcrunforthecure.com/html/personal_page.asp?track=3362985&languageid=1 and donate there or if you know my address, you can even mail me a donation. If you need my address to mail a donation in, let me know, I’d be happy to provide. Donating online is quick, easy and secure. Your donation will be added to the critical funds raised by the Run, and will be directed towards research, education and awareness programs. This year your dollars will go even further as my manager has committed to matching my donations. In order to qualify for this, however, I do have to have my donations in by September 25, 2009.

Even if you cannot donate monetarily, prayers, well wishes and general support are just as welcome. You can even join me on the walk if you wish. If you are so inclined, feel free to ask other friends and family that you don’t see on this list that you think may be interested in helping us succeed in our goal.

Thank you all for listening to my small speech here. Thank you all so much for caring and thank you all for helping me to create a future without Breast Cancer.

I know who I’m running for… do you?

Tammy

February 17th, 2009

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SONTAR HA!

December 13th, 2008

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So recently Yahoo.ca posted a story about a grandmother that walked into a restaurant bathroom and found $100,000 and actually gave it back to the owner of the money! How very honest. After this, they posed the question, What would you do if you found $10,000?

Imagine you're on your way to Banff and you stop at one of our many roadside rest stops. You walk into the bathroom and there in a stall is $10,000 in new $100 bills. No way to trace it, no one steps forward to claim it and it's all yours. The only rule is that you can't keep the money or spend it on yourself. It has to go to the benefit of someone else. What would you do with the money?

myself? There are so many places it would do good. I think I'd have to keep the money local though. So... $3000 to the local interfaith food bank (we are one of the riches cities in the country and it's unacceptable to me that we still have children starving), $3000 to the Women's emergency shelter (no one should have to choose between housing and their own safety) and the last $4000 would go to the Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation - the only hospital in Canada the preforms vision saving surgery on kids.


SO there you go friend's list... what would you do?

August 29th, 2008

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Hey guys, just a little reminder for my run! I haven't actually gotten any donations yet...

Hello All!

Some of you may or may not know that coming up at the beginning of October is a special event. October 5, 2008 is the CIBC Run for the Cure. For those of you that are unaware of it, it is a 5km walk with proceeds benefiting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and funding research and treatment for those affected by Breast Cancer. Hundreds of thousands of men, women and children Canada wide participate every year and last year alone over $27 million was raised to benefit the foundation. With progress like that, a future without cancer is not far behind.

I have participated in the run myself for several years, since 2001 when my own mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Thankfully, she was one of the lucky ones and survived. Many do not. My goal, by participating in this run, is to help raise enough money to help discover and create new and more aggressive treatments to help give hope to the over 20 000 women that will be diagnosed this year alone.

And yes, now I’m getting to the money part. Please consider taking a part in the change and donating to the cause. Donations can be made in two ways. You can approach myself in person or you can go to website https://www.cibcrunforthecure.com/html/personal_page.asp?track=2715630&languageid=1 and donate there. Donating online is quick, easy and secure. Your donation will be added to the critical funds raised by the Run, and will be directed towards research, education and awareness programs.

Even if you cannot donate monetarily, prayers, well wishes and general support are just as welcome. You can even join me on the walk if you wish. If you are so inclined, feel free to ask other friends and family that you don’t see on this list that you think may be interested in helping us succeed in our goal.

Thank you all for listening to my small speech here. Thank you all so much for caring and thank you all for helping me to create a future without Breast Cancer.

I know who I’m running for… do you?

Tammy

July 6th, 2008

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Hello All!

Some of you may or may not know that coming up at the end of September is a special event. October 5, 2008 is the CIBC Run for the Cure. For those of you that are unaware of it, it is a 5km walk with proceeds benefiting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and funding research and treatment for those affected by Breast Cancer. Hundreds of thousands of men, women and children Canada wide participate every year and last year alone over $27 million was raised to benefit the foundation. With progress like that, a future without cancer is not far behind.

I have participated in the run myself for several years, since 2001 when my own mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Thankfully, she was one of the lucky ones and survived. Many do not. My goal, by participating in this run, is to help raise enough money to help discover and create new and more aggressive treatments to help give hope to the over 20 000 women that will be diagnosed this year alone.

And yes, now I’m getting to the money part. Please consider taking a part in the change and donating to the cause. Donations can be made in two ways. You can approach myself in person or you can go to website https://www.cibcrunforthecure.com/html/personal_page.asp?track=2715630&languageid=1 and donate there. Donating online is quick, easy and secure. Your donation will be added to the critical funds raised by the Run, and will be directed towards research, education and awareness programs.

Even if you cannot donate monetarily, prayers, well wishes and general support are just as welcome. You can even join me on the walk if you wish. If you are so inclined, feel free to ask other friends and family that you don’t see on this list that you think may be interested in helping us succeed in our goal.

Thank you all for listening to my small speech here. Thank you all so much for caring and thank you all for helping me to create a future without Breast Cancer.

I know who I’m running for… do you?

Tammy


I run for hope
I run to feel
I run for the truth
For all that is real
I run for your mother your sister your wife
I run for you and me my friend
I run for life.
- Melissa Etheridge “I Run For Life”

July 26th, 2007

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Kaya & Bob Fairy
Hello All!

Some of you may or may not know that coming up at the end of September is a special event. September 30, 2007 is the CIBC Run for the Cure. For those of you that are unaware of it, it is a 5km walk with proceeds benefiting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and funding research and treatment for those affected by Breast Cancer. Hundreds of thousands of men, women and children Canada wide participate every year and last year alone over $26 million was raised to benefit the foundation. With progress like that, a future without cancer is not far behind.

I have participated in the run myself for several years, since 2001 when my own mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Thankfully, she was one of the lucky ones and survived. Many do not. My goal, by participating in this run, is to help raise enough money to help discover and create new and more aggressive treatments to help give hope to the over 20 000 women that will be diagnosed this year alone.

And yes, now I’m getting to the money part. Please consider taking a part in the change and donating to the cause. Donations can be made in two ways. You can approach myself in person or you can go to website https://www.cibcrunforthecure.com/html/personal_page.asp?track=2117546&languageid=1 and donate there. Donating online is quick, easy and secure. Your donation will be added to the critical funds raised by the Run, and will be directed towards research, education and awareness programs.

Even if you cannot donate monetarily, prayers, well wishes and general support are just as welcome. You can even join me on the walk if you wish. If you are so inclined, feel free to ask other friends and family that you don’t see on this list that you think may be interested in helping us succeed in our goal.

Thank you all for listening to my small speech here. Thank you all so much for caring and thank you all for helping me to create a future without Breast Cancer.

I know who I’m running for… do you?

Tammy


I run for hope
I run to feel
I run for the truth
For all that is real
I run for your mother your sister your wife
I run for you and me my friend
I run for life.
- Melissa Etheridge “I Run For Life”

May 13th, 2007

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A rare open post from me...

I'm sorry to everyone who got invitations to facebook... I signed up and then pushed some buttons and then next thing I know it's sent invites to everyone in my hotmail addy book... you don't have to accept if you don't want, I won't be offended.

July 25th, 2006

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(This is a rare public entry...)

Hello All!

I hope this letter finds you well. I realize I’ve been quiet as of late, although some of you wouldn’t know that as this is the first time I’m emailing you ever.

Some of you may know that coming up in October is a special event. October 1, 2006 is the CIBC Run for the Cure. For those of you that are unaware of it, it is a 5km walk with proceeds benefiting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and funding research and treatment for those affected by Breast Cancer. Hundreds of thousands of men, women and children Canada wide participate every year and last year alone over $23 million was raised to benefit the foundation. With progress like that, a future without cancer is not far behind.

I have participated in the run myself for several years, since 2001 when my own mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Thankfully, she was one of the lucky ones and survived. Many do not. My goal, by participating in this run, is to help raise enough money to help discover and create new and more aggressive treatments to help give hope to the over 20 000 women that will be diagnosed this year alone. This year I am fortunate enough to have friends and family participate in the run along me. Myself, my mother Loretta, My brother Kelly, My sister in law Sherene, My sister in law Michelle, My friend Heather-Marie, My friend Brenda, My friend Amy, My friend Shirley and my friend Sarah have all joined me on the team. Our team is Sieben Support.

And yes, now I’m getting to the money part. Please consider taking a part in the change and donating to the cause. Donations can be made in two ways. You can approach a member of the team in person or you can go to website https://www.cibcrunforthecure.com/html/ and donate there. (If searching, search the Calgary run site for one of the following last names: Sieben, Burt, Kovic, Richardson, Block, or Connor) Even if you cannot donate monetarily, prayers, well wishes and general support are just as welcome. If you are so inclined, feel free to ask other friends and family that you don’t see on this list that you think may be interested in helping us succeed in our goal.

Thank you all for listening to my small speech here. Thank you all so much for caring and thank you all for helping me to create a future without Breast Cancer.

I know who I’m running for… do you?

Tammy
Team Captain, Sieben Support.

I run for hope
I run to feel
I run for the truth
For all that is real
I run for your mother your sister your wife
I run for you and me my friend
I run for life.
- Melissa Etheridge “I Run For Life”

April 27th, 2006

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This Journal is a Friends Only Journal. If you can read this and nothing else, you are not on my friends list. If you should be (I’ve accidentally removed you or removed you because you were inactive) or want to be (you’ve added me but I was unaware of it), just leave a comment on this post and I’ll see what I can do. I won’t guarantee that I’ll add you, but it doesn’t hurt to ask!

Thank you for your understanding and patience. I shall have a nice shiny banner soon to advertise this Friends Only Status.

Kitty
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