life in the granite state

Thank you so much to the following people who've donated money to help get me to the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure. As of April 22, I've raised $755, or 25 percent of my $3,000 goal.
Together we will find a cure!

Jo Arnold, Andrea Berry, Mike and Kathy Cleveland, Allyn Cote, Joe Cote, Mark Cote, Rick and Priscilla Davis, Mike DiRusso, Bill and Becky Dunham, Caitlyn Entwistle, Sean Fitzpatrick, Mary Gillespie, Lynn Loichle, Amy Kate Kimber, Ali Kuenlen, Sharon Martin, Abigail Putnam, Sandy Rhee, Steve Rouleau, Rachel Russo, Jenny Surrette, The Nashua Telegraph.

Why I walk 60 miles

I walk 60 miles in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure, not because I'm a masochist, but because I believe that we will find a cure for breast cancer, and this is the best way I can help. I'm not a scientist, I can't do the research. I'm not wealthy, so I can't fund it. But I can seek donations, I can stand in front of a store with a can asking for spare change, spare dollars, spare Benjamins? (Probably not.) And I can train and walk 60 miles to do something big in the name of finding a cure. Check out my newest blog post in Think Pink about why I walk 60 miles.

Rock On for the Cure

Join The Cup Crusaders for a night of FUNdraising at the Bounty Lounge in Nashua on May 14th. Read about the event where you could win an iPad and dance the night away to the tunes of the Pop Farmers, the Risen and Corolla DeVille by clicking on the Think Pink Tab above or clicking on the picture to the left.

Welcome to my site!

This site represents a little on life in the Granite State. As you can see, it's still a little under construction as I'm just getting it going. Will start updating more just as soon as I can. In the mean time. Check out my latest post STYLE YOUR SPRING under the Stella and Dot tab above. Think Pink is the place to go to check out my updates as we approach July and the 2011 Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure in Boston.