Can We Talk?!!!!


Hello ladies and gentlemen, today is the 1st of July and I almost forgot to mention that I am celebrating a landmark! It is my 6th month, going into 7th, anniversary having committed completely to writing about my cancer treatments, life as it is now, etc… for AND then launching the The Pink Pom-Pom Project.

I bounced out of bed with a special spring in my step, rushed through breakfast and raced my kids to school. I did happen to grab a few PPPP/Staybreast flyers on the way out to place them strategically through out coffee shops in my neighbourhood. As I was sticking flyers through the mail slots, I realised I hadn’t reached out properly to my public. And according to the WordPress Site Stats and Sitemeter, there are quite a few of you now!!!

I am over the moon and absolutely amazed that I have reached even one person out there in the World Wide Web. I am sincerely grateful and hope I am doing a good job with it. It is now a big responsibility that I take very seriously! With this in mind, I wanted to see if we could talk a little. Talk about The Pink Pom-Pom Project. Although it is my baby, it doesn’t belong to me anymore, so to speak, and please know that is a very good thing. It belongs to the countless breast cancer survivors all over the world, the volunteers helping with The PPPP and the local cancer support centres and clinics, to the readers and to my support system through out all of my cancer treatments.

I realised as I was sipping my Grande Skinny Latte at Starbucks that I hadn’t asked you, yes YOU, to help us reach out even further. We have all of these fabulously designed (by Shelton) flyers that need to get out to other people who want to get involved! And ladies and gentlemen, when Shelton and I get out and talk to people about what we are doing, everyone wants to get involved!

So, my declaration is:


We will package up flyers and additional information for you to hand to your local communities, places of business, coffee shops, community centres and medical clinics! This is a community effort. The smiles and responses we have already received from cancer patients through out London is priceless and we want to spread the love further.

To Warm A Head Is To Warm A Heart! 

Please contact me directly at and we can help you get started immediately! OR take it one step further and LIKE us on FACEBOOK or TWEET THE PPPP!

CLICK HERE: Become a friend:

Thank you and God Bless!

About Alexandra Wallace Currie

A breast cancer survivor since October 2010 with loads to talk about and share! Founder of The Pink Pom-Pom Project - a crafting for cancer therapy initiative helping other victims, friends and family through treatment and diagnosis. Now based in Fairfield, CT, USA, The PPPP hosts monthly Stitch&Bitch events and Open Crafting classes to local community organisations. We hope to teach everyone that working with your hands is easy and anything is possible!
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4 Responses to Can We Talk?!!!!

  1. Nin says:

    Yes and yes. I would be thrilled and honored to pass out flyers here in hot Houston. Remember our 1st conversation when you were first diagnosed – I said, and I quote-“you will do something good with this ” (cancer diagnosis). Well, baby, look at you now.!!!
    I love you Anda Panda. Neeners

  2. Meghan says:

    Hanapoop I am so proud of you and will certainly pass out flyers in Lockhart….although not sure that will further or hinder your cause. Congratulations on continuing to be an inspiration for all. Love you!

  3. diane outland says:

    congrats!!! a marker to celebrate along with the 4th of july this month – more than one way to feel liberated. will pass out fliers. bring em on!

  4. ecky malick says:

    go anda….you always were victorious! congrautlations

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