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Wordless Against Cancer


Wordless against cancer. There are no words sufficient to address the catastrophic effects of cancer. Lovingly we join together to share the name of any person whose life has been affected by any form of invasive cancer. 

Survivors, victims, families, friends. Show your love and support cancer awareness by sharing names in the comment section to be included in the post. 






Let's Stand Wordless Against Cancer
Until There's a Cure...




What Cancer Cannot Do

Cancer is so limited...
It cannot cripple Love
It cannot shatter Hope
It cannot corrode Faith
It cannot destroy Peace
It cannot kill Friendship
It Cannot suppress Memories
It cannot silence Courage
It cannot invade the Soul
It cannot steal Eternal Life
It cannot conquer the Spirit

- Author Unknown

A Supportive Tribute To-



Julia Garcia Murray


Henry Wong 

Donna Allen Martinez

Emmanuela Guaglione

Nancy Cornell

Judy Leshko

Charlotte Silagyi

Filomena Hernandez

Laurie Morgan

Rita LaHood

Pat Miller

Kathy Moreford

Jeff Drost

John Taylor

Zhanna

Lucille Wages

Norma Jean

Delores Ortiz

Jane Luper

Gloria Mitchell

Linda Higgins

Aunt Bunny

Susan Gonner

Kimberly H. Smith

Kathy Collins

Mari Ruddy

Robin Waters

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  1. Briitany HernandezOctober 2, 2012 at 8:30 AM

    Charlotte Silagyi

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  2. Briitany HernandezOctober 2, 2012 at 8:31 AM

    Filomena Hernandez

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  3. Thank you for sharing! <3 niecyisms

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  4. Thank you for sharing <3 niecyisms

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  5. Thank you for this...It's incredibly moving.

    I'd like to honor the following:
    Rita LaHood
    Pat Miller
    Kathy Moreford
    Jeff Drost
    John Taylor (fellow blogger who is currently fighting)

    Lisa

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  6. Hi Lisa,
    I only wish I could do more. Thank you for sharing the names of your family and friends. Love and prayers for John.

    <3 niecyisms

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    1. My apologies Britton, your post for Lucille Wages was deleted in error, however your post was received, posted and acknowledged. Sincere apologies for the confusion. :) <3 niecyisms

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  8. Thank you for sharing! <3 niecyisms

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  9. This is very touching! I do not know any survivors or victims. However, this is one of the most moving blogs I have read yet. Many words are not needed to express comradery.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your kind response. Sometimes the most loving gesture we can offer is to simply care, support and encourage. I hope that our words make a difference in the lives of those most in need of a blessing. <3 niecyisms

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  10. Thank you so much for sharing as a 2 year breast cancer survivor. It was so moving to read your post.
    XO,
    Zhanna
    www.lifeandbows.com

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    1. Congratulations to you Zhanna and thank you for sharing your cancer survival success story. You are an inspiration to others and your strength is motivational. Thank you again for sharing your story and your site information. Prayers and Love to you, <3 niecyisms

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  12. Delores Ortiz

    This is very touching! I just read it and tears came in my eyes! (Stopping by from BLMgirls)

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  13. Hi Carissa! I'm new to BLMGirls, thank you for the love. Please no tears, I'm too emotional! : ) I am blessed not to have a personal experience to share and offer my support and love with those people that do have the unfortunate reality of cancer in their lives. Thank you so much for sharing! <3 niecyisms

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  14. Gloria Mitchell (my favorite aunt)
    #BLMGirls

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    1. Thank you for sharing about your aunt! Love and Light <3 niecyisms

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  15. What a great way to remember the ones we loved...whether they have passed on or survived. The name I'll always remember for being a walking, living, and testifying miracle is my Mommy...JANE LUPER.

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  16. Thank you so much for sharing your Mommy's memory! <3 niecyisms

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  17. Very moving....stopping by from the BLM Blog Hop!! And glad I did.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and posting! Please follow and keep in contact. I'm on my way to your page now! <3 niecyisms

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  18. My Grandma, Linda Higgins <3! Thank you

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    1. : ) Of Course, thank you so much for sharing! <3 niecyisms

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  20. My favorite Aunt Bunny was a victim of breast cancer. Praying for all people impacted directly or indirectly by cancer.
    #blmgirls Blog Hop
    www.prettygirlsrockdresses.com

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  21. *Waving* BLM Girl Blog Hopping... This is TOTALLY different and awesome such a GREAT way to honor BC Awareness!!!!

    Susan Gonner - Friend

    Thanks for sharing! #BLMGirls

    Xoxo
    Lynn

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  22. Kathy Collins
    Mari Ruddy

    Thank for linking up for the Traffic Jam Weekend. As a cancer survivor myself, I appreciate this.

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    1. Thank you for the opportunity to link up Kimberly. Thank you too for sharing in this special post. I will of course add you name as well! :) Much love and light! <3 niecyisms

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