Monday, October 3, 2011

Go Pink for Breast Cancer

Manhattan Sunrise
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.  Almost everyone knows someone who has been affected by a friend or loved one who has been diagnosed with breast cancer.  One of the best ways to show someone you care about them this month is to send them a beautiful bouquet of pink flowers. Sending flowers to show you care is one of the best ways to show your support when you can't be there. 

The color pink represents all things feminine and girlie. It reminds us of baby girls, cotton candy, innocence and to some, hope of new life.  
The pink ribbon represents breast cancer and hope for a cure in the future.  The pink ribbon reminds us all to be thankful for our health and mindful of those who have breast cancer.  Pink reminds us to hope for a cure, one mother, grandmother, sister, or friend at a time.

We can promote Breast Cancer Awareness, one bouquet of flowers at a time.  Won't you join me in sending pink flowers to a breast cancer survivor?  It could be your mom, sister, aunt, grandmother or best friend. 

Pink is one of my favorite colors, so it was hard to narrow it down to just 2 bouquets. My top two favorite bouquets that are available for international flower delivery are shown.  Remember, flowers can be delivered anywhere to show your love and support for that special person!


Don't forget to keep your beautiful flowers fresh as long as possible.  Using the additive packet that comes with the flowers should keep your pink beauties gorgeous for as long as possible. 


Happy Gramma said...

I love both bouquets! They are so beautiful and symbolize such a good cause!.
I am ollowing you again. Come see me when you can!

Sporadically Yours said...

Hi, I'm a new follower. You know giving flowers is a great idea. On my morning walk yesterday I passed by a house of a neighbor (one I actually know by name). She had a breast cancer survivor banner or flag and the end of her driveway. I had no idea, and I felt bad. A while back I had paid her a compliment saying that I wish that I was brave enough to cut my hair that short. I am shaking my head at my own ignorance. I had no idea. She didn't even offer then that she "obviously" had been through chemo and her hair was growing back. That one of those foot in your mouth things along with asking a woman when she's due and she's not pregnant (never done that). Anyway......I am going to her something pink!!! Thanks.

Undeserving Grace said...

I love flowers and pink is my favorite color! I look forward to things that are normally dull to being pink this month...great color to represent a great cause.
now following from today's hop....
come by and say hello :)
{tara} from Undeserving Grace

Pam said...

Thanks ladies for commenting and following. I returned the favor.
Nay, I did ask a lady who wasn't pregnant when she was due. Never did that again. Of course, when I was pregnant, people would ask me when I was due, I would pretend to be shocked and say I wasn't pregnant. It was fun!

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