It's breast cancer awareness month, and to support my sister in her fight, I plan to join her for the Komen walk in Dallas on October 29th. We will be walking 20 miles together along with her dear son Wade and other friends. Please consider donating to this cause - my goal is to raise $750 individually which will allow me to walk with her. Also, I am including the message below that Wade wrote for his fundraising efforts for his mom. Thank you for your support! - Kim
As some of you may know, my mom, Barbara Bryan, was diagnosed with breast cancer over the holidays last year. The one year milestone is coming up and it has been hard on my family. My experience with breast cancer has been similar to the Greek mythology story of Sisyphus. Sisyphus was a Greek ruler, every day Sisyphus rolled a boulder to the top of a mountain, just to see it fall back down to the bottom. Day by day Sisyphus continues to fail, but he is resilient . Some people view Sisyphus’ story as sad and hopeless, but this story conveys tenacity and endurance. Like the boulder Sisyphus pushes, breast cancer can feel like an overwhelming burden, but a constant reminder to never give up.