I walk because I refuse to quit until a cure is found. I walk for my cousin, Beth Ann, who was diagnosed at 53. After celebrating her 10th cancer-free anniversary, she was diagnosed with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer. On October 4th, she didn’t lose her life to cancer. She fought with all she had. She spoke, advocated, fundraised, walked, and when she couldn’t walk, sat in a wheelchair, and cheered on those who could.
I continue the fight for Beth Ann and all the way too many pink angels and warriors I, and all of you, love. Unfortunately, my list continues to grow. How many friends and family are on your list?
Please join me in the fight with your donation and include the names of your loved ones so I can walk in their honor or memory. I will carry them with me on my October 15-16th 60-mile journey.
“I never asked to get cancer, but what I have asked is that through my life experience, if I can help just one person, then I have succeeded in my mission.”
With hope and a grateful heart for your support. Enjoy this fantastic video - https://youtu.be/zZUObmVkJfg