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Blog Carnival V: THE BIG C

October 13, 2011

Most of us have been touched by cancer in one way or another. Through our experiences, we’ve learned about hope, strength, courage and love. Here are the entries in our special Blog Carnival: THE BIG C in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Please visit the participants, and leave a comment to let them know how much you appreciate each and every one.

Participants, please share this list on your blogs.

Candace Hardy is the winner of our contest – congratulations, Candace!

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Pets and Wildlife Cancer
“One area of cancer research we do not often hear about, cancer in pets and wildlife, which is also on the rise…”
Blessing Art Cards, Sharon Fernleaf

Breast Cancer Awareness and Pink Ribbon Cards & Gifts
“Believe in the power of the pink ribbon…”
TANITU, Creative Paradise

Breast Cancer Awareness Month
“I cannot remember a time when when there wasn’t a dear friend or family member battling cancer…”
Cards from the Heart, Lisa Charlton

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
“My mother had breast cancer as well as lung cancer…”
Eliz Designs, Elizabeth Eells

Ways to be Supportive, Helpful and Encouraging for Cancer Patients
“This post is in honor of our friends, colleagues and family members who are currently battling this dreadful disease…”
Heart to Art, Sri Devi

Breast Cancer Awareness
“There are several things you should look for when doing a self exam…”
Sheryl Kasper Card Store, Sheryl Kasper

Barbara’s Story
“Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Barbara has battled breast cancer since 1997, what better time to tell Barbara’s story?”
Rycky Creations, Robin Chaffin

Breast Cancer Awareness Month
“Most advanced breast cancer cases are found in women over age 50…”
Janet Lee Designs, Janet Palaggi

Cancer Bummer
“I was diagnosed with cancer about 12 years ago.”
I Love Cuttables, Cindy Johns

October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month
“Cancer is cruel, cancer makes no exceptions…”
At Sparky’s, Antoinette Van Kleef

Canine & Feline Cancer
“I’ve seen much too much cancer in the lives of my beloved pets over the years…”
Salon of Art, Doreen Erhardt

A Sobering Subject
“I think, today, how cancer has impacted my life…”
Warm Traditions, Candace J. Hardy

6 Comments leave one →
  1. October 13, 2011 11:27 am

    what a nice collection of stories, thoughts & lovely cards!

  2. October 13, 2011 3:32 pm

    Beautiful stories and beautiful cards.
    And congratulations, Candace (a fellow Ohioan). 🙂

    Cindy

  3. October 13, 2011 6:26 pm

    Thank You Candace for “A Sobering Subject” and a Warm GCU Congrats.

  4. October 13, 2011 9:26 pm

    thanks for another great lightning round, corrie and bloggers 🙂

  5. October 14, 2011 8:16 am

    Congrats Candace!
    Thank you Corrie for this lightning round… I pray all these wonderful and informative posts are seen and comfort people dealing with this cruel disease.

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