CULLY

CULLY

I wish I had done this while still in October.......

 

I'll admit her story made me cry. Yeah, I really did. Yeah, you can laugh at me....

Anyway, it's so so.... so sad. She was so young and so pretty.......

Yup, the MOST SADDEST BLOG in Thoughts.com I've ever read!

 

No, I did not know her at all. But I saw a post by some poster couple years ago about remembering Cully. And so I've known about her story since then......

 

R.I.P.

FOREVER YOUNG

 

 

 

*i had a hard time with her upper lip because of her lip gloss or lipstick, not sure, it's almost invisible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://cully.thoughts.com/posts/i-am-pretty-in-pink-breast-cancer-awareness

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Comments (7)

  1. DeeinFL

    Very touching that you drew this, you did a great job!

    November 14, 2016
    1. justanothaboringblogg

      Thank you very much, Dee. It was so sad what happened to her, that’s why I did it. And also to remind everyone, including men, to check themselves. The earliest detection is the best chance one can have.

      November 14, 2016
      1. DeeinFL

        You’re very welcome. You are so right too. The earliest detection is best. I have known too many who put off checking, then it is worse 😔

        November 15, 2016
        1. justanothaboringblogg

          Early detection saved my life last year. July 13th 2015, I had a heart surgery. It was thoracic aorta aneurysm…….. and I’m doing real good these days. Even workout with weights/machines at Planet Fitness. The best thing about the surgery is that I’ve finally quit cigarettes for good because I had a real good reasons to do so. And I love the fact that I’ve extra few bucks to spent on some other vice like gambling, lol, instead of paying a layaway to purchase a lung cancer.

          November 15, 2016
          1. DeeinFL

            I think that by putting it out there for others to be aware, that anything can happen to anyone at any give time. It does not matter the gender or age. The earlier detected, the best. Glad to hear you are doing real good these days. I hope you continue to feel/get better.

            November 19, 2016
            1. justanothaboringblogg

              Yes, at least once a year have a complete examination by one’s primary doctor. No matter how YOUNG. She was very young. And I thank you for wishing me good continuous health, Dee. And how about you? How are you? I hope you’re feeling fine.

              November 19, 2016
  2. margiebridley

    This is really great that the early diagnosis make you aware about the disease. This can really save your life as superiorpapers us writes I think. Thank God who help in having early diagnosis of the disease. This is great to see you here.

    January 16, 2017