This St. Baldrickâs participant is shaving their head to raise money for childhood cancer research and stand in solidarity with kids fighting cancer! Make a donation to support their fundraising efforts.
Hey guys. I know I don’t know all of you personally, but I know you guys all have your own stories, and this is part of mine.
I’m raising money for pediatric cancer research with the St. Baldrick’s foundation. This is a national organization dedicated to funding the crazy idea’s that doctors and hospitals have that could help save the lives of hundreds of children. You can read more about the grants like the one here at CHOP, that helped to save 22 kids lives, who were otherwise un-treatable.
So if you have any change to spare, check out my page and help St. Baldrick’s conquer childhood cancer.
- (via itsalwayssummahsomewhere)
- Johanna de Silentio (via bailar-en-la-oscuridad)
Shit happens and people get put in bad positions, and people get hurt. But what’s done is done and everyone needs to just put things behind them sometimes.
This was one of the worst weekends of my life, definitely the worst at school yet, but at the end of the day, after realizing that it’s just not worth being upset, I’m not. So chin up and eyes forward people. Don’t feel bad for me because of what happened, but understand I’ve moved on and can make the best of what’s left.
No reason to be angry, no reason to be upset anymore. Take things with a grain of salt and look on the bright side. If you act like things will work out for you in the end, life usually follows suit.
Anyways that was long and ambiguous but back at the school grind and also less than a week until I’m done my first challenge at SigEp!
I’ve never been so disappointed in two people in my life