|little lisa lollipop|
with 2 legs & a kick
Back in the good 'ol days of Bensalem High School, this was one of my favorite cheers. Years later, a little girl at the hospital was obsessed with cheerleading, so I created this cheer for her. Except in the original version, you say beat panthers or tigers or whatever the mascot of the opposing team would be. And if we meet in person, i can show you the moves that go with the cheer as well :o).
Well, kind of an awkward subject for me, since i am usually not one to ask for help... probably because i'm very stubborn... but that will have to be my next post. I think Frank's Place said it best in his comment about my tip jar/donate button. So I want to share with you my fight and my cause.
|Irish twin, Father Sam, little lisa lollipop|
Years ago I met Father Sam at the campus church in college. He is the epitome of what one would imagine a priest should be. In fact, I'm going to send his picture to Wikipedia! He is so loving and warm, and he has the best advice ever. While in college, I was fortunate to join his mission group called Project México which forever changed my life. We connected again years later when we lost our baby, and he spoke at the mini funeral we had for Rylan. He now currently runs the Saint Gabriel parish in Norwood, PA. So like any good Catholic/Christian is asked to do, I will be tithing 10% to Father Sam. I whole heartedly trust that he will allocate any funds appropriately. Here's a recent picture of a Father Sam Sandwich.
My last and final cause is myself, duh. Lol. For medical expenses et cetera. And truthfully, my biggest fear is leaving my boyfriend behind with the burden of paying off
In the meantime, keep praying and cheering with me.
B-E-A-T... Beat Cancer...
Beat Cancer... FIGHT!!
lots of love... little lisa lollipop
P.S. I recently came across this old saying that I had written and placed inside my notebook years ago.