Tickled Pink for Carnations

My beautiful grand-daughter, Sarah, is tickled pink to receive pink carnations.

She understands how important pink is as a symbol of breast cancer and the fight to find a cure. This disease hit our home when Sarah’s Aunt died a few years ago from this disease. We have all taken up the fight and join with the world in raising money for research to find a cure. We want this next generation of women, like Sarah, to grow up without the threat of breast cancer stealing their life too soon.

This photo is entered into the I Heart Faces photo challenge –




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