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Saturday, October 16, 2021

PINK SATURDAY

 

In celebration of Auntie Ang, her friend Little Ang (glasses on) and all those lost and all those struggling with breast cancer.  Auntie Ang had breast cancer and lost her battle too soon. I will always believe she was not given the best care althoguh she had the best insurance available. I loved my aunt, she was kind and funny a sharp dresser and strong willed. Her life long friend Little Ang, was a small lady with a big heart. I remember visiting her tiny house she lived in on the same block as my paternal grandparents. What  wonderful memories. I remember when Little Ang passed away although no one ever told me the cause of her passing. She made me always feel so welcome in her precious home. These women were rare. I am not sure very many exist anymore. They took care of each other.  In celebration of those who lost the battle, those fighting the battle and the month of October celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness never stop fighting. I am praying for all who suffer with this dreadful disease today and pray for the loved ones of those lost to it. 


Have a beautiful Pink Saturday

6 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

So sad. And especially frustrating for you, since you have been unsure of her quality of treatment. I am so sorry.

Mevely317 said...

NEVER stop fighting -- and praying for a cure!

Brian said...

We always support the pink fight, it's important!

The Feminine Energy said...

May your beautiful Auntie Ang rest in peace, Anne. She looks like a very classy lady, indeed... both women do. I'm with you 100%... there's no women left on the earth like this anymore. Times are different and I miss them. I believe heaven, for me, is going to be just like life in the 1940s-1950s, as Our Lord is going to know that's what will make my heart the happiest. ~Andrea xoxoxo

pilch92 said...

Such an awful disease. I think everyone knows someone that has or has had it. My sister was diagnosed in 2015 and my hubby's mother died of it when he was 20 so I never got to meet her. XO

messymimi said...

It's so sad to lose our loved ones to these diseases, especially when we question the quality of care.

All we can do to honor them is try to be like them.