Yeap…as if 3 teenagers, and 2 large Labrador Retriever’s weren’t enough. I am now a foster mom for my girlfriends dog, Brutus. Brutus is an 8 year old Labrador mix, who loves to cuddle, take long walks along the beach and is rather frisky for his age.
I’m not sure how long Brutus will be with us, but for now, he is being loved up and spoiled.
Gunner is on the left & Brutus is on the right
Dozer is the black lab, Brutus is in the middle, and Gunner is the yellow (golden) lab at the end
This post is dedicated to all of the Melanoma patients, victims and survivors. It’s dedicated to the family, friends and co-workers who are your cheerleaders and number one fans. It’s dedicated to the people who are taking action against cancer by raising money, baking cookies or walking 5k in the rain to raise awareness and funds. It’s dedicated to the scientist who spends endless hours testing thousands of samples in a lab hoping for one strain of a minuscule marine sponge can cure the agony of millions. It’s dedicated to an ordinary person who buys one single t-shirt for skin cancer awareness and unknowingly educates others about an awful disease.
Melanoma, or any other cancer, is a huge hurdle that forever changes your life. Words can’t express how much strength, courage and bravery it must take to deal with all of the physical and emotional baggage that cancer brings. You are all heroes and today is the day we recognize your battle. So here’s to you, Melanoma victim survivor, keep the fight alive and beat Melanoma… while beating the beat, of course.
Sitting in Dr. Nash's office waiting for another mole mapping
Cancer is so limited…
It cannot cripple love.
It cannot shatter hope.
It cannot corrode faith.
It cannot eat away peace.
It cannot destroy confidence.
It cannot kill friendship.
It cannot shut out memories.
It cannot quench the spirit.
It cannot silence courage.
It cannot reduce eternal life.