Once again, I am writing with a full heart today. It really doesn’t get any better when I have the ability to envision something pretty amazing as well as have the opportunity to help slowly piece it all together. As many of you know, Bellflower Books is one of my clients and these two women have created a wonderful brand. They recently partnered with Elena (@Ciao Mom) who launched Just Be Enough – a site that has been so quickly embraced by the blogosphere. I knew when I pictured all of these women working together that it would be epic.
The philanthropic idea started out with this partnership, but also grew to involve Crickett’s Answer for Cancer as Elena put so well, “to help women struggling with breast cancer and their families remember the better days. Because those better days are what get us through the rotten ones.” When you put these entities together, you get the Be Enough Me 4 Cancer Campaign. Together, the goal is to provide up to TEN women fighting Breast Cancer a Bellflower book created by their family and friends, a little piece of sunshine that will make these women smile. The book will be something they will treasure forever, a keepsake for future generations as well.
Many of you know Elena and her battle with this disease – so you can imagine how near and dear this campaign is to her. But if you ask Elena, she will tell you that she is dedicating this campaign to a dear friend in the blogosphere, Susan Niebur, better known as @WhyMommy who is currently battling metastatic breast cancer in her spine, hip, and ribs.
Please visit and join us in the Be Enough Me 4 Cancer campaign. There you will find full deets on how YOU can participate and support this amazing philanthropic endeavor.
Again, this is one of those moments I find myself saying – I am SO proud to be a blogger.
As a side note, I am guest posting at Accustomed Chaos today, so after you check out the details for the Be Enough Me 4 Cancer Campaign, knowing how YOU can be involved, make a visit to Devan’s place, too!