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Fun Bits for the Week… October 13, 2008

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Fun Bits for the week of Oct 6th…

  • Kami locking me out of the house…good thing Leah was in the house and could unlock the garage door.
  • Brooke has learned how to say “tut-too” (thank you) and uses it in the appropriate context.
  • Leah asking when we will have more kids.  Ha! 
  • Brooke throwing my sunglasses underneath the train at the zoo.
  • We had a photo shoot with my friend Holly on Sunday.  It will be interesting to see what she got.  She was giggling a lot and needless to say it’s very difficult to keep 2 adults, 3 kids and a dog in position for photos.  We did the couch thing again.  Can’t remember if I shared this before, but here’s a shot I took in the spring (with the couch outside)…

  • Brooke has a new obsession…Kami’s booster seat.

Ah, yes, the shoes are still a favorite.  She can wear them while she gets Kami’s booster seat off the chair and stands in it or sits in it or carries it all around the house.

Have a great week!

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Drink Pink Day at Wendy’s

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My friend Shannon works for Wendy’s and passed this along…

TO: Wendy’s Restaurant Support Center Employees

FROM: Field Marketing — Midwest Division

RE: Tomorrow is “Drink Pink Day” in Columbus!

Tomorrow, Columbus DMA stores will be supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a Drink Pink Day promotion.  $1 from every PINK Strawberry Shake purchased on Tuesday, October 14th, will go towards helping fund research for Breast Cancer.

Please share this note with your family and friends in the Columbus area — And be sure to stop by your favorite Wendy’s on Tuesday!

Visit  www.drinkpinkday.com for more details

                 
Frosty and Wendy kicked off Breast Cancer Month at the Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, October 5th.  Now it’s up to you to continue the awareness.  

  • Breast Cancer affects over 180,000 women a year and the mission is to provide the awareness to prevent and to help those that are affected by this deadly disease.
  • Money raised funds research to discover new treatments to save lives.
  • Society helps women receive mammograms regardless of income.
  • Supports  a Reach to Recover program that connects recently diagnosed women with survivors as a support system throughout the treatments.
  • Society also offers a ” Look Good Feel Better” program that provides women with wig fittings and make-overs due to the loss of hair and skin changes during treatment.