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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

We did it. For the 5th Time.


We came.  We walked.  We left inspired.
We wore blue ribbons to honor those who have lost their lives to Type 1 Diabetes.
We surpassed our financial goal.
We carried signs.
We connected with people we love.
We even rode a ferris wheel.

And we'll do it again.
And again.
And again.
Until there is a cure.









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17 comments:

  1. Way to Go Team Candy Hearts! I love the picture of your 3 girls together...beautiful!

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  2. Looks like you guys had an awesome walk on the west side! :)

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  3. What a fun day! I think every walk should have a ferris wheel!

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  4. LOVE IT! You guys are adorable, and THANK YOU for your dedication. You are a perfect example of our tag, "Dedicated to finding a cure."

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  5. Glad we could share that day with you! We had a blast too!

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  6. Woo-Hoo!!!!! Awesome photos. I can't wait to do our 1st one. You and your family are definitely an inspiration!

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  7. What sweet pictures... I love the "I need a cure" and "My sister needs a cure" shirts.

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  8. Well done!! It looks like it turned out to be a special day! Love the shirts! :)

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  9. All your girls are beautiful. It looks like you guys had a wonderful day :)

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  10. Looks like a fantastic day. Your family is so adorable! I esp like the photo of the hands holding each other with the d bracelet...that was very touching.

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  11. Super great pictures!! The girls are beautful...in the genes?

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  12. Fantastic pics! Looks like it was a great day! :)

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