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ok, so funny story…

I was going thru my memory cards getting ready for a photo session and I came across my niece’s cake smash photos.

Uuhhhh??? Did I edit these?
No, I don’t think I did!
I text my SIL….I think I forgot to edit Leah’s cake smash photos!

Can you say- slow down, Krista?!

Anyway…a couple months later, here they are.
There are a lot because she is my niece and she is so darn cute!!

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Happy Birthday, Jennifer!

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In honor of you, Sweet Girl, I am celebrating you at Disneyland.

I think about you and your Family daily.

I am trying my hardest to help your Mama and her mission to Unravel Pediatric Cancer.

Unravel’s newest fundraising campaign is Give us 12.

So here is 12 things you can do to help spread the glitter and unravel pediatric cancer:

1. Invite 12 Friends to like the Unravel Facebook Page.

2. Donate $12 to the cause.

3. Purchase the Unravel headband/clip from MadiMosBows.

4. Join us for a fun Girls Night with fabulous Stella & Dot jewelry and accessories AND fun Jamberry Nail Wraps! All commission earned through this special party will be donated to Unravel Pediatric Cancer!

5. Print out and hand out this note with Halloween Goodies.

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6. Make an appointment with Tri Valley Solar Universe to discuss going solar. $50 to Unravel for every appointment made!!

7. Do something fun with your kiddos. Turn a No into Yes. Make a memory.

8. Email 12 people the facts about pediatric cancer.

9. Read a blog post from #love4jlk’s blog.

10. Make a donation to Project Violet.

11. Organize your own fundraising event.

12. Say her name- JENNIFER!!!

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I can’t believe it is over. (Well, not really. Have you seen my garage?) lol
I can’t believe we pulled it off.

I see the photos on Facebook and Instagram…we did that!

I read the comments and hear that people had a great time…we did that!

I listened to people come up and tell me the night of the event how wonderful it was…we did that!

A lot of sweat and tears, hard work, loving volunteers, people and businesses had a helping hand in making this night a success. I don’t know how much money we raised, but I can tell you the amount of ladies I heard say “we had no idea” is priceless.

Spread The Glitter.

There were a few times during the planning process that I thought to myself “What have I gotten myself into? I can’t pull this off.” But then I would read Libby’s blog and that would push me. Drive me. I must. I have to…for Jennifer. For Maureen. For Delaney. For Austin. For Maylea. For Reegan. For Ty. For Gabby. For Aubrey. For the……

46 children that were diagnosed with pediatric cancer today.
7 children that died today from pediatric cancer

Setting up, I stressed out a couple of times. OMG people are going to be here soon. They paid money to come here.

But it all worked out.

Almost like we had help from someone(s) above.

I was told that I needed to speak. Not my forte. I even tried telling the “bosses” Libby and Michelle that I couldn’t fit it into the time line. lol. I didn’t want to but I wasn’t nervous. I looked out at all the women in the room and it was like I was among all my friends and family. I knew why you were there. I felt it.

I looked out and saw women from all chapters of my life: Family, Friends, High School, College, Sorority, Gold Rush, Sunset and now Mamas Night and Unravel. The support was overwhelming. I still can’t wrap my head around it.

I thought I would for sure feel like a chicken with it’s head cut off. But it was almost euphoric. We took the hiccups in stride. We rolled with it and produced a fun night for a great cause!

When most of the “work” was over I danced and chatted and had a good time celebrating. I spoke to so many people; they all told me what a wonderful time they were having. Looking back I realized there were a lot of women I didn’t get to speak to. Darn. I made contact with so many other Glitter Spreaders during the planning process. I love the new sorority we have created.

I looked around and still couldn’t fathom…we did this!

Now that it is over….Well, who am I kidding? It will never be over- until there is a cure. I am excited to help other locations get started. I am excited to partner with local businesses who were at Mamas Night Out that want to do more. I am excited to help a friend with her Give Us 12 event.

I am inspired because you were inspired.
Let’s ride this together….until there is a cure.

**I will write and share more (photos, videos). Just had to get this out.

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