Having a three year old daughter who LOVES pink, I could have used one of the many shots of her this week. Instead, I asked my friend who did the 3 Day walk in Arizona to send me her photos.

Kari did this race in memory of her mother. My mom, along with 2 handfuls of my closest friend’s mothers are breast cancer survivors. A friend who is my age is a survivor. My Grandma Chunkie lost her life from it. I really don’t know anyone who hasn’t had to deal with this disease in their life. That’s why I love these events so much! It’s great to see the courage of survivors and the committed walkers supporting such an important cause.

I hope to be able to do the 3 Day with my friends sometime. I pray there is a cure by the time my daughter is grown. I cheered Kari on from several states away and hope you enjoy her photos. I’m sure it was a very emotional weekend for the thousands of women who participated. Way to go Kari!

3DayWhat, no bra hat?

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Originally published on October 18, 2009. Last Updated on May 15, 2021 by Amy Locurto

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  1. I just got diagnosed with this disease on Sept. 30th and I am recovering from a mastectomy I had on Oct. 11, 2010. My mother died at age 43 from this and her sister is a survivor. I am worried about the future of my four daughters. There are too many women getting this disease! I was third on the surgical table that day for breast cancer and my surgeon operates three days a week. (Sacramento, Ca area) Thank you to all who are involved in raising awareness and funding for the breast cancer cure. Here’s praying the answers come soon.

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