In the Pink, Part 3

by Cate on October 22, 2006


October is nearly over, but there is still time to grab a few pink things to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

– Adorable pink tea cups from Karen Neuburgers collection

– A complete In the Pink Party Menu from the folks at iVillage UK.

– A plethora of pink items at Oriental Trading Company. Love this company – just ordered a bunch of stuff for Nicholas and The Girlfriend to give out for Halloween.

– A few items direct from the Susan G. Komen Foundation – love the scarf!

– A selection of cool shirts and other items from Ford Vehicles.

– Tons of cool pink stuff at Target, everything from a pink Dirt Devil (got one!) to a pink Polaroid digital camera (want one!)

– A collection of all things sporty at New Balance with the Lace Up for the Cure items (love the pink sneakers!)

Cooking Light has highlighted a nice selection of items sold by other vendors, including very cute pink ribbon cookie cutters

And if that isn’t enough, there are 17 pages of pink items in the Pink Ribbon Store; the holidays are just around the corner. I bet there’s something there for the favorite Pink Fan in your life.

And lastly, don’t forget to stop by the Breast Cancer Site daily … your click funds free mammograms.

Tomorrow, it’s back to the kitchen and food … tune in to see the newest addition to my kitchen. Until then…

A year ago today … hurricanes, bonfires and TV.

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Julia Schopick October 23, 2006 at 5:52 am

For an interesting twist on the topic of the “pinking” of breast cancer awareness, there are several articles I link to from my website, http://www.honestmedicine.typepad.com, that you might like to read.

Here are just a few of them.

To access the articles, go to the left side of my site, and look under “CANCER”:

1) “Welcome to Cancerland: A Mammogram Leads to a Cult of Pink Kitsch,” by Barbara Ehrenreich. A classic.

2) Chemo Concession (gives some surprising information about the chemotherapy industry)

Both articles will give you another perspective on the “think pink” phenomenon. I hope you will find them informative. Thanks for giving them a look!

Sincerely,
Julia Schopick
http://www.honestmedicine.typepad.com

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Maddie October 23, 2006 at 6:17 am

Must. Have. That. Mug!

Checking out the link now.

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Jason Walker October 26, 2006 at 8:51 am

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