January 10, 2012

Spam Cures Cancer!

You know I never try to sell you anything or convert you to another religion (except to Kegelism), but today's post is good spam. I kid you not, this spam can help cure cancer!
Unfortunately, this spam does NOT cure cancer.
So what's the dealio?


My little sister, Chrissy, is going to run a marathon to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Yes, she's one of those (f@#$n amazing) people. It's not enough to run 26 miles, she has to raise money for charity too and make the rest of us look bad. The St. Jude Country Music Marathon, Nashville, on April 28, 2012 will be her second marathon and I am so stinkin' proud of her already!  


The Cause


St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a unique facility in which cancer treatments are provided to children regardless of their families' ability to pay. Further, the hospital conducts cutting-edge research and shares the findings with the global medical community so more lives can be saved around the world. Mortality rates for several types of cancer have been drastically reduced (by 60% on average) since the hospital's inception in 1962. For more information, please visit the hospital's website or see the Ways to Help St. Jude brochure.


How You Can Help

  • Please visit Chrissy's page and click on the orange "Donate Now" button on the upper right. 
    • Note 1: The donation amount defaults to increments of $25, starting at $25, but it is possible to enter a different amount by selecting "other". Every dollar helps!
    • Note 2: No money goes to my sister; it all goes to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Chrissy is paying for her own flights, accommodation, and entry fees.
  • If you are unable to donate (I totally understand with Christmas so close behind us), kindly spam your friends and family in the hopes that they will donate to this worthy cause. 
Thank you so much for your help! 
Naked Mommy


And now back to our regular programming.. here's today's quickie 
(Alternate Title: When Words Come Out Wrong)


From the toddler who brought you the word 'F@#$y', a new definition of the phrase 'hand job': 
hand wash.


Example: "Baby needs a hand job."


I almost peed myself laughing! 




What do you do when your kids says something oh-so-wrong but oh-so-funny?


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