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Be Inspired: Meet Brian – Battle Session

Oct 31, 2014 | 0 comments

Be Inspired: Meet Brian – Battle Session

While I don’t have a lot of Brian’s story to share, I can share the sweet images Chuck took of his family. These images show how much he loves, and is loved by, his family. Keeping Brian in our prayers… “I know Brian has been through 28 rounds of Chemotherapy. The Aunt,  Dianne, contacted me to put our meeting together before Brian’s next round of treatment which she said would be really bad.   Submitted by Dad and Daughter Photography Wickliffe,...

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Be Inspired: Say Hi again to Sandra – Battle Session

Oct 30, 2014 | 0 comments

Be Inspired: Say Hi again to Sandra – Battle Session

When we get updates from the clients our photographers have photographed, they are not always good news. I will say though, they are always positive. Stay positive, keep fighting and let’s work on kicking cancer’s butt! Here’s more on Sandra: “Earlier this year, I introduced you to, and shared the Victory Session of, Sandra Vecera, a very vibrant woman who suffered from a glioblastoma two years ago… A little over two months ago, Sandra contacted me and told me that her primary glioblastoma had returned, and...

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BUY ONE GET ONE FREE – Sale on all Accessories!

Jun 28, 2014 | 0 comments

BUY ONE GET ONE FREE – Sale on all Accessories!

All accessories are BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE!! Until July 5th, when you purchase an Accessory from the Shop, you get to pick one absolutely FREE!* There are lots of new items in the shop. Our new BALDIES, Non-Paper Flat Dolls, are an adorable way to keep children entertained without paper cuts and torn paper. Want to show off the cancer you are un-supporting? Do that with a hand stamped bracelet! Visit us on Facebook too!! FREE Item must be equal or lesser...

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Be Inspired: Meet Sandra – Victory Session

Jun 26, 2014 | 1 comment

Be Inspired: Meet Sandra – Victory Session

Mona writes: Sandra has asked me to write her story – here it is…. “Courage….I always thought I understood what that word meant…..that is, until I met Sandra Vecera and her young son, Tyler. I am both proud and humbled to introduce them to you – here is their victory story. I say “their” because this truly is a story about the two of them, their bond, their love, their resilience. Sandra was diagnosed in 2011 with Stage 4 glioblastoma, which is the same brain cancer that afflicted former Senator Edward Kennedy....

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Shop is back and Applications are open!

May 13, 2014 | 0 comments

Shop is back and Applications are open!

Good news on this Tuesday evening! The shop is open again and accepting orders! You can order your network tee shirt even though it says out of stock. (I have the stock, it just needs to be added back in the shop stock) There are new tees, fun stuff for kids, gifts and stuff to share! Take a look at what’s new!   Also, we are now accepting applications again for new photographers! You can apply here! Please feel free to share this with your friends and family and fellow photographers. We appreciate all of the...

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Email Messages PLEASE READ!

Mar 28, 2014 | 0 comments

Email Messages PLEASE READ!

I was advised that one of our admin’s email accounts was hacked and almost a million spam messages have gone out from it. This has caused our domain to be blocked by many hosts and servers. Apparently it’s been going on for several weeks and has gone unnoticed. I am working hard to get things sorted out and going again. If you have contacted us but haven’t received an email back, this is probably the issue. We are getting some *hate* mail that we are ignoring people which is absolutely not the case and I can’t even...

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Be Inspired: Meet Pam – Battle Session

Mar 16, 2014 | 0 comments

Be Inspired: Meet Pam – Battle Session

I received this session in the beginning of January but we’ve been so busy, I’ve not even been able to post it. I looked at it when it came in and touched my heart, personally. I noticed on the submission form, that the waiver for us to post it was checked “No”. I was saddened by this until I read further…I asked Amy if we could share this session on our blog and she, so graciously, said “yes please.” Here’s Pam’s story, as told by her daughter, one of our very own photographers, Amy...

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BROOKFIELD, WI Wig Shoppers BEWARE

Feb 7, 2014 | 0 comments

BROOKFIELD, WI Wig Shoppers BEWARE

I don’t normally post what other people write about businesses. However, in this case, I fear that someone searching for a wig may encounter this horrible business and be treated wrongly. I know shopping for a wig is such an emotional and personal experience and it needs to be treated with style and grace from the customer service side of it. I have found other reviews, on other sites, about this business so I feel there is absolute truth to it. If you live around or in Brookfield, Wisconsin I would be wary of shopping at this wig shop....

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Special Feature: Kaps for Kids

Jan 11, 2014 | 0 comments

Special Feature: Kaps for Kids

I happen to come across a facebook post the other day that made me so happy! I wanted to share this gal with all of you and what she is doing for kids with cancer. Please take a moment to say thank you and even “LIKE” her facebook page. Thanks Jackie for all you are doing! From Jackie: I am crocheting Kaps for Kids in order to give them warmth and hopefully a smile as they go through their tough journey. Each Kap I create has some incorporation of variegated rainbow yarn as a rainbow is a sign of hope. I started making caps, in...

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Be Inpsired: Meet Bill – Battle Session

Jan 10, 2014 | 0 comments

Be Inpsired: Meet Bill – Battle Session

Bill originally found out he had cancer in the summer of 2012. At that time it seemed to be a slow growing sarcoma in his pelvis that could be removed surgically with no need for chemo or radiation. Unfortunately, in the summer of 2013 Bill started having back pain. He had scans and MRI’s which showed that the sarcoma had returned, spread to his back, very near his spine and was growing fast. At first it seemed surgery wasn’t an option because of the closeness of the sarcoma to the spinal nerves. But Bill was sent to a specialist...

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