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May 06, 2009


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Jennifer Taggart, TheSmartMama

Thank you for sharing your story. I just finished a blog post for one of the sites about the difficulties my mother is having taking care of my grandmother, who has lung cancer and dementia. And then I read your post, and remembered that I didn't talk about the joy of living. Thanks for the reminder that life, indeed, is a gift.


Life truly is a gift and we forget so easily! What wonderful thing you've done in honor of your brother in law. It's time we get rid of those pesky polluters once and for all.

Beth Terry, aka Fake Plastic Fish

Thanks for sharing your difficult time with us and for the suggestion to donate to EWG. I just sent $50 in memory of your brother-in-law and I hope others who can afford to do so will give what they can.


Such an inspirational attitude, a renewed focus on living healthily, mind and body. Peace to you and your family in this difficult time.


I am so very sorry for your loss & that of his family & friends. C is such a nasty word =(
Each day may not be easy but we have to be thankful to have IT. I love your attitude.
God Bless & keep you all.


Life is a precious and fragile gift! We all need to step up and demand that unnecessary toxin are never used especially around our children.

Thank you for sharing your hope during this difficult time. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers.

Anna (Green Talk)

I am so sorry for your loss. Cancer is such a cruel disease. My thoughts to your family to heal. It confirms how life is so fragile as Wendy says.


I'm very sorry for your lose and I agree with the need to get rid of chemicals that are causing a lot of these cancers. My best friend's mom passed away a few months ago from cancer. It's so hard to watch someone go through that.

nother earth aka karen hanrahan

this heartfelt and in my opinion, never too personal sharing, shows what an example you are to others, it's the speaking, the sharing and the acting for cause and woman like you move mountains


Our thoughts are with you here at EWG. We are honored to receive a donation in a special person's remembrance. Thank you, and peace during a difficult time.

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