This photo shows the support and love for somebody fighting! 💗It's an impressive gathering of people who love her. There's love, deep hope, and support here. There's also sadness and uncertainty. .
We all came together to show support. But truth be told, it's also awkward isn't it? Because we don't want to recognize this disease - or give it power. .
How sick 😢 I was to see pink ribbons after she passed. It's a constant reminder. .
She was also married 👰🏻 in October, it is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and she also passed away in October🙏🏼. It's not like I would ever forget her -- it's impossible. 💔
To turn the pain around from losing her- I choose to make October a month of hope and of remembrance. 💕The deep sadness, love and pain that I still feel is so real. But I choose to use it to help other women and families!!
Do something good today!! Help someone. If you were able bodied then you can do something. . ❤️️Dorothy was diagnosed with IBC (Breast Cancer) when she was just 34, she passed just 2 years later. She aggressively treated and was Stage 4 at diagnosis. She is SO missed and LOVED. This post is part of a series of posts I am doing so that you can get to know a little bit about my best friend. Her life matters as do the lives of so many that we love and care for. She will be loved and remembered always. I raise money and her name. 💕Special note that my Aunt Betty and my Aunt Babe are in this photo and have since passed away as well. Cancer is awful AF non matter your age- devastating. 💕