Battling Cancer asks Readers to be Generous this Holiday Season

December 26, 2007 by  
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If you’ve been following the Too Sexy For My Hair blog, you’ve learned that Lori Miller has lost her battle against cancer this past October. Her husband Cary, however, is urging people to consider donating to charity in Lori’s name this holiday season.


From Too Sexy For My Hair:

Those of you who knew Lori will be well aware that she was beyond compassionate––even in her darkest hour she continually found other people to worry about… the homeless, the poor, the sick, the mentally ill.

Anyway, in honoring my wife’s truly giving spirit, I have decided to keep up with our recent tradition of helping others around the globe via great organizations such as , and .

Click on the link for more information on how you can donate in Lori’s name. Please be as generous as you can be this season.

On a related note, check out this video from a cancer patient’s last lecture — “If I don’t seem as depressed or morose as I should be, sorry to disappoint you.”

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