Breast Cancer Six-Word Memoirs for BCAM 2013 – Week of Oct. 13

You’ve submitted them, and we’ve posted them – here’s week three of LBBC’s breast cancer six-word memoirs! Inspired by Smith Magazine’s project, the Six-Word Memoir, we’ve started a campaign to highlight your experience with breast cancer using the six words that best describe your journey (or an aspect of it). This campaign is ongoing throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Marsha Wheatley's Six-Word Memoir for Oct. 17, 2013.

Marsha Wheatley’s Six-Word Memoir for Oct. 17, 2013.

We are now in week three of our month-long BCAM breast cancer six-word memoir campaign. We thank everyone who has contributed to this project so far — your stories continue to move and inspire us!

If you haven’t seen them already, check out the mini-memoirs from weeks one and two. Enjoy week three’s thoughtful six-word memoirs about breast cancer below!

That’s it for week three, folks! Check this blog  and our Facebook page for week four’s six-word memoirs.

It’s not too late to submit your mini-story about breast cancer — email online@lbbc.org with your first and last name, age, year diagnosed and breast cancer subtype and, of course, your breast cancer story in six words. (Also, don’t hesitate to share your story on the Six-Word Memoir website!)

We look forward to sharing new and inspiring six-word memoirs for the next two weeks!

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2 Responses to “Breast Cancer Six-Word Memoirs for BCAM 2013 – Week of Oct. 13”

  1. Breast Cancer Six-Word Memoirs from BCAM 2013 – Week of Oct. 20 | LBBC's Blog Says:

    […] one, two and three were amazing, and we’re happy to report that it’s an ongoing trend for week […]

  2. Breast Cancer Six-Word Memoirs for BCAM 2013 – Week of Oct. 27 | LBBC's Blog Says:

    […] also sad to see the daily project end. (We strongly encourage you to check out weeks one, two, three and four of this awesome storytelling […]

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