Something special happened today. This evening was our first annual "Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund" softball game.
This all came about when Jessie's coach decided that he wanted to give something back to the community. He said we are always asking for donations and stuff, and he wanted to do something that actually helped someone else. So he contacted the hospital to find out about charities. They suggested we hold a softball game for the "Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund". Liz Hurley, is an Anchor woman in our area and a breast cancer survivor.
Our girls wore pink uniforms, and the other team wore pink socks and head bands. All the coaches wore pink and even the umpires had a little pink on. The bases were pink and some of the softballs were pink.
We observed a moment of silence for all of those who have lost their lives to this awful disease.
Liz Hurley came and threw out the first pitch, and the game began.
Then Liz hugged all the girls as they got ready for the game.
I'm sure here she is asking the umpires if they have their glasses with them. :)
Aww, I'm just kidding.
The girls played hard and put up a good fight, but in the end the other team walked away the winner of this game. Its not about winning the game though. Its about so much more, its about giving to your community and to a wonderful cause.
Jessie was real upset that we didn't win, but Tara was there to try and cheer her up. Do you think its working?
Now your probably wondering were is the Fight the Frump part, well here it is. Don't wear winter shoes in the sping time. :) Just Kidding, well no not really.
The real Fight the Frump is, be aware of your body, get your yearly mamograms and check your Ta Ta's. It is very important that you do these things. We want you to be around for a long time. So take it from me, the grandaughter of a breast cancer victim, and the daughter of a breast cancer survivor, it is extremely important to have your boobies checked. I hope its ok to say boobies on here. Anyway if you have not had a mamogram go schedule one now. Don't be chicken its not that bad. I have had one and there was nothing to it.
Now go check out the other Frump Fighters over at Fussy's, You'll be glad you did.