want to help out Fatty?

When I posted my amused post, I didn’t expect my friends to help Fatty out – but I am thrilled that you want to….just as I have. The causes are great and there are no borders in supporting such causes. It’s win-win-win, who wouldn’t like that? [Wish I had been the one to write that letter. Oh well. Can’t think of anyone more deserving than Fatty.]

To donate to the causes and help Fatty get to Team RadioShack’s camp, the links are:

  • LiveStrong Foundation: http://www.livestrong.org/grassroots2009/sendfattytocamp [broken link]
  • World Bicycle Relief: http://grassroots.kintera.org/Creative/fatcyclist [broken link]

Remember to split your total donation between the two if you choose to help.

And thanks, hugs and love to you all for helping out.

Allez Fatty!

namaste

Links are no longer valid since the contest is over.

2 thoughts on “want to help out Fatty?

  1. KT

    Your news is tough to hear. I am so sorry to hear about your friend’s sister. I remember when you told me about her diagnosis.

    Thank you for supporting Fatty. The very reason you noted, about his wife, is how I actually found Fatty’s blog. That he is a cycling enthusiast and fan of Lance, well, those were just bonuses in my book.

    Hugs and love to you for all your love and support. Hugs to the lovely young woman, as well as a few prayers.

    with love
    g

  2. Re: Donations to Fatty.
    Lately, if there’s anything I can do to help someone with or affected by cancer, and breast cancer specifically, I’m doing it. I read on ‘Fatty’s’ profile that his wife has dealt with breast cancer.
    A friend of mine has a sister who was first diagnosed with breast cancer about 18 months-2 years ago. At age 36 she had a double mastectomy, chemo, radiation, and a failed reconstruction surgery.
    She was told last week that she has mets in both her perineum and bowel…with an average life expectancy of 2 years. She’s being given prophalactic chemo to stave off the progression of this. She never got to the point when she first battled this when she called herself a cancer survivor. The huge issue now is getting her to the point where in her head and heart she’s living with this disease, and not dying from it. She has a 10 year old.
    Any prayers, thoughts or comments would be appreciated.
    Hugs

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