• Tue, Jun 5 2007

Comments For a Cure Update.


So far, only 1 comment in my Comments For a Cure Campaign.

I really want to reach my goal of 50, and you only have until tomorrow at midnight to leave a comment. Remember, that for each comment I receive on June 4 – 6 I will doante $1 to The National Brain Tumor Foundation in support of my brother.

Please, please, please! Leave a comment to show your support. It won’t cost you a thing – only a few seconds of time!

Thank You!

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  • Ally

    I am sorry to hear about your brother.

    I wish him, and your family the best.

    Take care!

  • http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com Karen

    Hi Teri! This is Karen, a fellow Beauty Blog Network-er. I’m dedicating this comment 4 a cure to my lovely friend Ann, who had breast cancer.

  • Amber

    Thanks for doing this!

  • Laura

    Hi Teri

    Good luck with your quest and best wishes to your family.


  • http://caramaena.blogspot.com/ caramaena

    I’m having problems leaving a comment on that post. It doesn’t seem to give me a comment box – am I missing something?

  • http://alexandracandler.com Be Beautiful

    Commenting for the cure!

    I read that you want to make your goal of 50, try asking people to reply to a fun question in the comments!

    Like: What’s your favorite perfume?

    Good luck!

  • http://prettybynature Megan

    I am a survivor of breast cancer,

    I did not you had a Brother.


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  • DisChFan

    Hope you reach your goal!

  • http://www.beautyblognetwork.com Elke

    I just wanted to say thank you to everyone that’s taken the time to come out and comment to support us.

    It means so much and we’re thrilled to see you here!

    Heartfelt thanks..

    Elke Von Freudenberg, Founder
    The Beauty Blog Network

  • http://whosemommyisthat.wordpress.com WhoseMommy

    Commenting for a cure!

  • Meg

    Here’s my comment. Hope you make your goal!

  • http://www.agingartfully.com Edna Adler

    My grandmother was an artist who lived into her 80′s, and had a mastectomy in her 60′s. She always inspired me as someone who lived the life she chose. I just read an inspiring book about women artists over 80 leading creatively fulfilling and productive lives, called Aging Artfully (check out http://www.agingartfully.com)