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"Bear Left Then Bear Write"
From Kermit and Fozzie to
Miss Piggy and Christina Applegate,
discuss all aspects of "The
Their Own Words: Jim Henson
Discuss one of the
best Jim Henson documentaires ever. Featuring new interviews from the
Henson Family, Frank Oz, Dave Goelz, Carroll Spinney, Fran Brill and
more. Miss the show? Order
Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by newsmanfan, Oct 2, 2012.
Saw this earlier. Applies to more than just Kiwis.
Isn't practically every other month out of the year "Pink Ribbon Month" anymore?
This issue is really close to my heart. I lost my aunt 7 years ago to breast cancer. Probably one of the toughest losses in my family I've ever had to deal with because I was with her until she took her last breath. It's something I wish I could forget but know I won't. So I'm a strong supporter of Pink Ribbon Month.
Pretty much. I support breast cancer research, but a lot of people don't know that last month was Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. And still I saw someone promoting "Breast Cancer Week" in the middle of September...
I'm so sorry for your loss Pinky. My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer about 5 years ago, and I am blessed that she made a full recovery.
Thank you and I'm glad your mom is a cancer survivor. I always tell people make sure to tell the ones you love, you love them everyday because you never know what tomorrow will bring.
EDIT- Let me just say I hope one day there will be a cure for ALL cancers not just breast cancer.
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