Please, if you haven’t already, click on the image and learn why I wear Yellow.
I have come across other lovely and helpful colors to support cancer research and awareness. Take a look:
However, like I said, they still have a large selection of breast cancer awareness jewelry, t-shirts and other items.
I must ask one thing of anyone who wishes to purchase cancer support wristbands: Please ONLY buy from sources licensed by the society or charity that will benefit from the sale of the merchandise. Usually, this means you need to buy the bracelets directly from the websites for those societies or charities (whose url’s, you’ll notice, are all included in this entry). Myriad other websites sell these wristbands (and others) at a substantial mark-up. Not only is this disgusting and unethical (in my opinion), but it breaks the law in regards to the sale of charity merchandise. Come on – you DO NOT want to be a customer of one of the sites to which I’ve sent a very, VERY angry letter. Do you??? I didn’t think so. Do not incur the wrath of THE ANGRY CONSUMER!!!
I’m considering that as my potential superhero title. Let me know what you think.
Okay, so that song rather stinks, but I couldn’t get it out of my head (so I’ve given you all TUNE COOTIES!!!). Then again, I think it would make a lovely medley intermingled with Up, Up and Away [My beautiful balloon] and MacArthur Park. Holy Random Coincidences, Batman!!! Both of those songs were written by the same composer – the multi-talented Jimmy Webb. I can’t seem to find who wrote that lovely kid’s ballad, You can wear a rainbow! I say sing it with gusto as you walk down the street and shout, “Happy Upcoming Pride Day!”