Small Hands Creating Hope
“Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul, And sings the tune without the words, And never stops at all.” – Emily Dickinson I love that stanza of Emily Dickinson’s poem – a perfect thought for Breast Cancer Awareness Day! In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Day and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, here’s a word art freebie based on Emily Dickinson’s words of hope: To download word art (without watermark), click here, then right click on the image and choose “Save Picture As . . .”
Last month, I went orange for No Kid Hungry. This month, I’ve gone pink for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. My mom is a breast cancer survivor, so this is a cause that’s very important to me. Fortunately, because of early detection, my mom’s treatments were the mildest possible. I was surprised at first when I found this quote during my research about breast cancer: “People used to say everyone knows someone who’s had breast cancer. In the past few weeks, I’ve learned something else: Everyone has someone close
I’ve been focusing on the Small Hands Creating Hope Project lately. It only seems appropriate to have a post with my favorite hope quotes. Although the Small Hands Creating Hope Project focuses on hope for cancer, hope is obviously something we all need. Best Hope Quotes “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” Albert Einstein “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” Martin Luther King, Jr. “I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest. I do not judge the
In honor of the Small Hands Creating Hope Project, my word art for today is based on the Elna Rae quote “Where hope grows, miracles blossom.” To download word art (without watermark), click here, then right click on the image and choose “Save Picture As . . .” I have lots of word-art inspiration at the Raising Figure Skaters Facebook page and on Pinterest! Background Photo by Serghei Velusceac.
If you’ve been following my blog, you know I can relate to the concept of being a survivor: Being a Survivor. I think we all can. Who hasn’t gone through some hard times?! Stronger | Seattle Children’s Hospital Yet, my hard times can’t begin to compare with the hard times many individuals face. I want to share a moving video you might have seen on YouTube. I learned about the video from Shannon at Blog Frog’s Mom Loop. This video was created by Chris Rumble, a 22-year-old hockey player/filmmaker