Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Relationships, Relay and Radiothon

Busy days ahead!
Tomorrow at 6am we kick off our 13th annual Children's Radiothon. We are closing in on the $1 million dollar mark and I think we just may achieve this goal this year! Everyone at the radio pitches and does their part but the main "year round" coordination is handled by Jill Cullen-she keeps everything running smoothly. HATS OFF to Jill!
The on-air auction items can be viewed at our websites: or -LOTS of great items with dates and times of when you can bid... The on-air dessert auction will run from 9am-11am. We have 13 home baked treats that you can bid on. I made a lollipop cupcake bouquet-50 individually wrapped cupcakes on a lollipop stick. DELICIOUS!

On Friday, I'll be participating in Beaver Dam's Relay for Life event at the High School. I will be walking in honor of my daughter Kathryn "Katie"-who was diagnosed with leukemia just before her 3rd birthday; my good friend and co-worker Karen Kuhn-a recent cancer survivor and in memory of a former co-worker, Karen Griswold, who lost her battle just over 1 year ago. If you would like to make a donation to me and my team, visit the website at: www.relayforlife/beaverdamwi find the "C CARD" team and then click on my name. We are walking to celebrate more birthdays this year!

I read a wonderful book recently and today had a chance to talk with the author.
Bonnie McEneaney lost her husband in the attacks on the World Trade Center. Her book, "MESSAGES: SIGNS, VISITS AND PREMONITIONS FROM LOVED ONES LOST ON 9/11", is a ground breaking collection of inspiring true stories of the spiritual experiences of those who lost loved ones. Bonnie talks about her own signs and messages that her husband has shared with her since his death and she interivewed over 200 other individuals to get their insights and inspiring messages. You might think the book is only about death but I believe it is really a gift; a gift of hope, faith and most of all love. Each story reveals the strong bond these family members had with each other; and brings a message of comfort and hope to anyone searching for their own deeper connections, proving that love and relationships can continue even after death.
Do you believe that your loved one can communicate with you after death? If you have an experience or story to share, you can contact Bonnie at

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