I totally stole that title from someone named Jill on Facebook. I didn’t know Jill until the other night when I stumbled upon a stranger’s blog who promptly introduced me to her. I can’t stop thinking about her. She is beautiful, a warrior and she rocks. She is one of those people that will reach out and touch you… through her words, her smile… her spirit. Grab a box of tissues and watch her story by clicking here. You’ll see what I’m talking about.
Jill says “if I could change one woman’s life I would die the happiest woman”. With over 300,000 views to date, I’m pretty sure she’s accomplished that. I think it’s safe to say that because of her, women are stopping to examining their breasts today. She’s given us a glimpse into what breast cancer “looks” like and a refreshing reminder of what beauty really means.
If Victoria Secret had any sense at all they would make her an honorary model this year.
Excuse me while I go check my breasts right now. Please check yours too. And for you men reading this… that means you too. Two men that I know were diagnosed with breast cancer. Here’s the story about one of them. Breast cancer is not exclusive to women. xo Amy