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Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins, as does the delivery of Ballerina

October 1, 2012

We have been working tirelessly to get our books out the door in time for Breast Cancer Awareness month and nothing thrills us more than getting your “thank you’s” and reviews.  Today’s favorite…

“Thank you, thank you, thank you! I just received my copy of Ballerina and I’m am so thrilled! The crying has already begun as I page through your beautiful book. And I just love the Roller Coaster pic that was included.”

So we thank all of you, from deep in our hearts for your support.  For some, The Tutu Project has become a movement that is inspiring them to leap, laugh and LIVE through some tough times.  For others, it’s just a simple reminder that sometimes laughter can lighten a tough day.  We hope you’ll comment on this post with more book reviews, and that you will share our project with everyone to help us honor breast cancer awareness month.

Best, Linda

PS: If we could get all the books out at one time, I promise we would.  Our volunteer team is working as hard as we can to get them out as quickly as possible.  Thanks for your patience.

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  • Libby

    Hi again Bob and Linda —

    I’m a public librarian in SE Massachusetts and am doing a book display for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. is it OK with you if I display some information about the TuTu Project along the books? I’d love to help get the word out about you and your wonderful effort and photographs.

  • Vicki Wooldridge

    I’ve received my personalized copy of Ballerina and am thrilled! This book and the sentiment behind it’s conception resonate so strongly with me. My maternal grandmother was a longtime breast cancer survivor and often the inspiration behind so much of my support of research and development of a cure. The stunning imagery in Ballerina reminds me it is the simple things in life that are important and to take every day one step at a time. It’s also clear that Linda is a lucky woman to have Bob on her side and that laughter can be powerful medicine. I’m honored to have the opportunity to own this touching tribute and on behalf of my grandmother, June, thank you so much.

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