Friday, October 5, 2012

"Squeeze Your Boobs" Giveaway Event


Welcome to the Second of our Events for October For
 Breast Cancer Awareness
"Squeeze The Boobies" 
Get A Mammogram!!
All about making sure that you know how important it is to 
get your yearly mammograms.  If you are a young women 
and never have had one, it is important to get your first one
so your doctor will have a baseline to use for future mammograms.
You can find more information in our resources!!
Prizes By Sponsors For This Event Are !!

Prizes By Sponsors For This Event Are !!
The Libre Tea Mugs And Glasses were inspired for tea drinkers, they are very pretty I love the look. The Libre Tea Glass is made to infuse loose tea and either drink hot or iced. For my photo,I added ice before brewing and made iced tea right in the glass. The direction's
suggest after pouring hot water to turn screw on lid, turn upside down to let the tea steep. 
I don't care for a strong tea so just pouring the hot water 
over the tea made it just right for my taste. [You would see in video]
I usually only drink iced tea but for the occasional cup of hot tea this would be perfect. Its
really easy to use, I just sprinkled 2 tsp of loose tea into the filter, added 1 cup of water and as you can see I have a cup of tea. The lid fits well, and comes with a gasket to get
a good seal making it great to take when traveling.  

And glass will fit into cup holders and your purse with the tight fitting lid.
Its a great product and a quality tea brewing system and for $24.00 this would
make a great gift for birthdays and Christmas!

The Libre Original is made of BPA free polycarbonate has a stainless steel filter. 
There is a 'how to' video 
Details:
Volume: 260mL
Size: approximately 7.5″ tall, 2.5″ diameter
Materials: glass, BPA free polycarbonate, stainless steel 
Shipping: Shipped from Vancouver, Canada and Los Angeles, USA. Express Delivery available.
There economical at $24.00

Visit Libre Tea for More Details 

I received several Spongeables in Lavender Nectar, one is small to take when I travel and the other a full size. It is full of soap and has up to 20+ washed. I love using natural products when I find one I like.

The ingredients From the box include. Ingredients: glycerin, aqua, glycol, sodium stearate, sorbitol, sodium laureth sulfate, sodium laurate, olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, fragrance (perfume), butyrospermum parkii (shea butter) fruit, sodium chloride, stearic acid, lauric acid, pentasodium pentetate, tetrasodium etidronate.

The sponge has 2 sides one has a rougher texture and the other a sponge. I thought it interesting that they could load the sponge with soap and found that it lathered up well I like the sponge side for all over as the other side is more like smooth buffer and a little harsh on some body parts but I found great for my heels.

I think it is a pretty neat idea to have a sponge filled with soap, but would be great when bathing little ones has you dont need 2 hands for lathering up soap. They carry other fragrances as well.

When I was through with it I stood it up in my shower tray and it dried out to original shape until the next use. You can visit their site at Spongeables to see all their products.

I have the pleasure to announce that Spongeables is a sponsor for our Breast Cancer Awareness Event this year as well. We thank them for that. And they are giving away Heart Shaped Spongeables to lucky winners of the "Think Pink" event and "Squeeze The Boobs"


Avon Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet
Spongeables 
For the giveaway just follow the direction in the Rafflecopter
We Wish You The Best Of Health And Luck!!!
The Event Runs From 10/5 to 10/12 11:59 PM

Our next Event is "Think Pink" and you can Signup Now 
More Prizes Will Be Awarded To One Lucky Winner!!!
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5 comments:

  1. My grandmother died from breast cancer when I was six years old. So whenever it's mammogram time for my mother and myself it is nerve racking to say the least. However, early detection is much more important than a few moments of fear of results. So get checked regularly no matter the fear! No matter the results, it's better to know than not.

    wendy_kroy(at)aol(dot)com

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  2. First of all the FB link for Dees White is missing and I could not find the page. The twitter link for Laura's Lockets is also missing.
    My mother is a cancer survivor. She was diagnosed with Breast cancer at the age of 77 and underwnet a mastectomy to have her right breat removed. I am very blessed to say she is doing well today.
    Not the case for my brother in law who was diagnosed with liver cancer 5 years ago. He underwent treatments and was doing better but took a turn for the worse this year. Now the cancer is in his liver and stomach and he has leukemia as a result of the chemo threatments. His name is Tim. Please keep him in your prayers thanks.
    Joann Tompkins WInborn

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  3. When my son was 5 (only a year ago), his best friend lost his mother to breast cancer. She was young, fit, active, beautiful, healthy, had no family history of cancer, and engaged in no "high risk" behaviors. She graduted from college, met and fell in love with her wonderful husband, and had 2 amazing little boys. When her oldest was 3 and her youngest was only 6 months old, she was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, was told that it had spread to her liver, lymphatic system, and brain, and was told she had months (at best) to live. She moved back home to be near her mother, which was when we met. Her son and my son were instant best friends. She lived for another 2.5 years after her diagnosis. I feel so grateful to have gotten to know her and her beatiful family. I miss her every day.

    Sometimes all this "pink" crap really bothers me. I wonder who actually benefits. My friend certainly didn't . No amount of pink will change the fact that her 3 and 5 year old sons lost their mother forever. Having said that, I hope that, if nothing else, it helps to remind people to do their monthly self-checks and get their mammograms, and all that. Maybe someone else's mom, wife, friend, sister, daughter will be a survivor.

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  4. I have close friends and family that have had cancer, but none that have had breast cancer.

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  5. I've got a friend who has a family full of women who had breast cancer, so she went ahead with her doctor's advice and had a double mastectomy.

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