Join the campaign throughout your community on National Wear Red Day Friday, Feb. 6, 2015 to honor every woman, man & child affected by heart/stroke disease, raise awareness, & encourage family & friends to live happier, healthier lifestyle.
Please review the website below to receive healthy heart resources & learn how to support National Wear Red Day : www.goredforwomen.org
“I Go Red because I’m a heart disease survivor.”
Special Recognition; Auveed Bagheri Cawthon and entire: staff : Gwinnett Citizen Community Newspaper .
Two months until National Wear Red Day: Friday, February 6th. 2015. I Go Red for my beautiful family & friends, the uninsured throughout our community fighting to survive, more funding for heart/stroke research, every woman, man & child affected by cardiovascular/stroke disease. I thank God for my awesome support team who continue to pray & provide encouraging words.
For additional information on National Wear Red Day plus receive heart resources, please click the link below.
A year ago, I set a goal to connect with more heart/stroke patients & their families for 2014 & I’m happy to report that unexpected blessings continue to come my way to help the community.Please click the link below to receive additional information about the “ Kindness “ movement. http://www.randomactsofkindness.org/raktivists.
Despite my daily health challenges , (70 months since my first procedure; open-heart surgery), I will continue to trust God , 100% & promote heart/stroke awareness. I expect GREAT things to take place in 2015.
Thanks for being part of my heart journey.
Have a lovely day
Sharing my “ Kindness” post from the website………
Kimberly Atlanta, GA USA
“Kindness is touching a heart, sharing a smile, taking the time to brighten someone’s day.”
When I was discharged from the hospital after my second surgery ( February 16th, 2009) , the physician told us that I will face additional procedures in the future to replace the batteries in the pace maker ( every 5-7 years): I had two choices to become discouraged or keep moving forward.
I thank God for giving me the strength, determination & courage : every day to cope with my health obstacles, share my testimony/collage project & promote heart/stroke awareness.
During the holiday season, please remember to pray for the homeless, reach out to a distant friend or relative: brighten someone’s day.