~Who's Wearing it Wednesday~ Up top to Nora from Texas, sporting the gotCUREage youth dry fit to her soccer practice! While you're here, check out our gotCUREage store. Send us your pics and you too could be a Wednesday feature!
We would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to Trevor Hall and his son Brandon. They have been working in Louisiana to help with the flood relief. Your family choosing to help others is such a tremendous gesture and we thank you so very much for taking gotCUREage with you to the state of Louisiana. Those families are always in our prayers. Blessings to you Hall Family! If you would like some CUREage for yourself or a loved one, be sure to visit our store!
~Feeling CUREageous Friday~ I believe that positive energy is contagious. Even just a stranger holding the door for the next person in line impacts us positively. Don't underestimate the small acts of caring for others. Kindness has the ability to take someone else's bad day and make it not quite so terrible, even if only for that moment. Add up all those moments and pass them on.
~Feeling CUREageous Friday~ Mental healing means acknowledging that you are still everything that makes you, YOU. The diagnosis does not define your existence. It's an unexpected chapter in the story of you. While the diagnosis writes itself, our response to it does not. It's remembering that life is happening right now and that we must live well. Use a pencil because this journey has no pre-written script. YOU determine how others view your book. The unwanted chapter stays in but it doesn't change the content of the book. Be well, gotCUREage supporters and happy weekend!
LIVING with Cancer while being told you may die from it and/or it's treatment can very easily and often does rob us of our TODAY, making it difficult to enjoy LIFE. Stupid cancer, shame on you. Sometimes it takes one person to say just the right words to make us see things in a whole new perspective. Sometimes that one person has no idea that they are even making a difference in your life while they are fighting their own battle. I was inspired to write this blog for a couple of reasons. The first was this morning as I...