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Imagine a World Without Cancer

Instead of a World Without Those Whose Life it Claims

This post is about one of my favorite people.

moni and georgina

Her name, Georgina. When she was born, in Cuba, her older brother was taken to the hospital to meet his sister, he took one look at her and said, “Oh, Mama, she is Moni!”
From that day forward, she was Moni, her brother’s name for “BEAUTIFUL”.
I didn’t meet her until my 20s.
I was married, to her nephew.
She and her husband and only child, a son, had just moved to Miami, Florida from Connecticut.
I didn’t know the story of her name until I made the comment that “Your Aunt Moni is beautiful!”
And she was…outside and inside.
She radiated a room.
Her smile was amazing and made you laugh.
Billy Idol even sang about her in a song he, I’m certain, titled in her honor:


Here she comes now sayin’ Mony Mony
Shoot ’em down turn around come on Mony
Hey, she give me love and I feel all right now
Come on you gotta toss and turn
 And feel all right, yeah I feel all right
  I said yeah (yeah), yeah (yeah) yeah…

This post is about one of my favorite people.

It’s also about CANCER.

Moni was a victim of breast cancer.

It was detected in one breast.
She had it removed and after much thought, and without any diagnosis, opted to have her other breast removed. know, to be sure.

She changed her diet.

She was determined and fought.

She still lit up any room.

She went into recession.

Within six years from her diagnosis, Breast Cancer claimed her.
She left behind her son, gave him the soul of a man overnight.
She left behind her husband, the love of her life.
She left behind so many who loved her and so many whose life will never know the beauty of Moni.
She left behind me.


I love you Mony mo-mo-mony
I love you Mony mo-mo-mony sure I do
I love you Mony mo-mo-mony sure I do
I love you Mony mo-mo-mony sure I do
I love you Mony mo-mo-mony sure I do
I love you Mony mo-mo-mony sure I do
I love you Mony mo-mo-mony sure I do
I love you Mony mo-mo-mony
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Not a day goes by that my eyes don’t look up to the Heavens, missing Moni.

Billy Idol and I are her voice:

Come on, come on
Come on, come on
Come on, come on
Come on, come on
Come on, come on
Feel all right, I said yeah, yeah, yeah,
yeah, yeah, yeah


Come On, help fight cancer.

Give it a T.K.O. so that EVERYONE can Feel all right.
Join the movement for the cure.
One of the most creative movements is Save the TaTas, a private, not-for-profit corporation that is committed to battling cancer at every stage, and it is pleased to support breakthrough cancer research through a partnership with The Concern Foundation.

Innovative and new, The Save the Ta-tas Foundation is determined, like its founder ta-tas®Brand Clothing, to end this devastating disease, with a smile of course!

Laughter heals, save the ta-tas!  

The ta-tas®Brand is committed to helping create a world without cancer.

They give a portion of every sale to the fight.

Every purchase counts because every purchase creates a donation.

Hundreds have donated already. 
With Mother’s Day this weekend, I encourage you to make a donation, in your Mother’s Name.
It’s the gift that keeps going.
It’s the gift that can change lives.
It could be the gift of life for someone like Moni.

Please, please do a monthly breast self-exam…FEEL Your Ta-Tas.  It’s how Moni learned she had breast cancer.
Save the Ta-Tas has a line of products named BOOB LOOB.

This lotion, liquid and bar soap are great reminders to check yourself.

Each label on the Boob Loob Product includes breast exam instructions and a monthly reminder calendar!

It’s just $14.99 and a portion goes to the quest to exterminate breast cancer.

Save the Ta-Tas also sells some pretty groovy tee-shirts, with “Save the Ta-Tas” prominently displayed in a fun and flirty way that makes a statement.

You can also find hats, magnets, office supplies, key chains and bumper stickers  and more through Save the Ta-Tas making for an awesome way to help bring awareness to this silent killer and find a cure.
Disclosure: No monetary compensation was offered or accepted for this post.  I was sent the item mentioned in this post in order to facilitate my review. The opinions are my own and in no way influenced by the sponsor. Others experience may vary.
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