Breast of Canada
The following fine media and regular folk offer world web profile to the Breast of Canada calendar, just because they can. How cool is that?
Sri Lanka trip
Shari Slonski, wife, mom, artist and survivor shares her talent with beads.
Vancouver clothing store specializing
in fun, funky and sexy clothing in sizes 14+. www.bodacious.ca
For women who want to maintain breast health and for women
diagnosed with breast cancer. This site is designed with the
purpose of empowering women in their health care choices. www.breasthealthcancerprevention.com
Last year when I ordered my '02 calendar I also took the offer for 50 free calendars that you were promoting. When the package finally arrived, it was really beat up and had been re-taped at least once. When I opened it up, instead of finding the 50 calendars, I found a bag of plain white extra large Hanes T-Shirts.
Apparently the calendars didn't make it past customs. I got a good hearty laugh out of the whole thing, and the t-shirts actually came in handy. My hunch is that somebody saw the name "Breast of Canada" on the package and decided to take on the distribution task himself. Because you were giving them away for the mere cost of shipping, I just shrugged it off with a laugh. You can imagine my surprise to find a package of t-shirts when I was expecting a bunch of calendars. Anyway, I thought you might also get a concerned laugh out of it too so I thought I'd share it with you. :-)
Keep up the good work and I look forward to the new calendar!
Emile Duffy from California is making a BRABALL. No, not a fancy dance, but rather a real ball made out of bras. So far, she has balled up 10,103 bras for a total weight of 1000 pounds and a diameter of four feet. Perhaps a good destination for your Dead Bra Day bras! Emile is definately passionate.
Check out her site at www.braball.com
"creative voices for change" www.girlspoken.ca
The Funky Mama's LOVE Breast of Canada!
Check out their groovy web site at www.theFunkyMamas.com
Women's Sports Television ...
A fabulous network dedicated to showing women in sports 24/7. One of a kind. Brilliant role models for all ages. Check out WTSN at www.wtsn.ca
The lovely and talented Tannis Slimmon makes her musical home in Guelph Ontario. Her first C.D., titled Oak Lake, so named after her small town in Manitoba, is a sweet collection of finely crafted tunes and beautiful vocals. Find out more about my dear friend at tannis.ca
You can check out a recent interview on CBC Radio's Richardsons Roundup and hear her cut "There's a Lift" from one of the links below. I had the pleasure of furthering my musical career by being part of the backup choir!
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