In today’s world, if you have NOT been touched by cancer, you’re in the minority. There are so many awesome places that are doing everything they can to find a cure, care for those fighting, comfort the family, support friends, and cultivate a recovery that that someday puts cancer in the rear-view mirror.
I’m sure you’ve heard the name Heather McManamy. She’s the McFarland mother with an amazing story about writing letters to her daughter, Brie, once Heather realized her cancer was terminal. You saw her on national news, her book is now published, and on Facebook her ‘’Every Day Matters’ motto pops up often in your feed. She’s an awesome reminder about the precious time you get here with those you love the most. One of the people who loved her very much is my dear friend, Krista. They connected instantly many years ago and became fast friends. It’s because of Heather that Krista is reaching far out of her comfort zone to run her first half marathon for Gilda’s Club of Madison. There are so many reasons to support Krista, her effort, and her kick-butt friend, Heather. You can by clicking here.