Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Cancer has touched so many.








Think Pink!
This is for a challenge over on SCS Maryland anyone thread. Kimmie was the last challenge winner and she came up with this weeks challenge of Pink Ribbon. I decided to go ahead and get started on my Oct Breast Cancer Awareness cards. So this is what I came up with. Hope you like it!
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With sadness in my heart I want to share this with you.
I just found out yesterday that my favorite High School Teacher lost his battle with cancer on Aug 26th. He was a really great teacher and the world lost a really good person. I'm sorry he is gone but hope he has now found peace. He was a gay man in small town middle America he never had an easy life. It's to bad that so many people missed out on knowing a really great person because of there own ignorance. Rest in peace Mr. W and know that I'm thankful that I got to know you. I hope your eternity is made up of what you enjoyed so much about life. I hope it's forever summer and you are soaking up some rays on the beautiful beaches of heaven.



9 comments:

Kimme said...

Beautiful card and nice tribute to your teacher too.

Silly Stamper said...

I love your card and that is such a beutiful sentiment for your teacher. I'm so sorry!
Michelle

Loretta Rodger said...

I love this card! It is so beautiful. Sorry to hear of the loss of your teacher. A good teacher who makes a life long impact, regardless of their sexual orientation is hard to find. They are truly precious. I know he has found ultimate peace and healing with God.

Cindy said...

Great card Amanda! So sorry to hear about your teacher - he is at peace and no longer suffering. And what a joy to know someone who has touched your life in such a great way.

Stamp Maryland said...

Wonderful card Amanda. Sorry to hear about your teacher.

Tracy

harrahx2 said...

Tres' Chic. I love it! I love the ghost ribbon, where did you find it? Too pretty.
I so enjoyed your tribute to your teacher. A sad loss but a wonderful life if he left that kind of impact. Isn't that what we all would like, to leave such a great impression on others?

Mary G. said...

Beautiful card and beautiful expression of thanks for your teacher. It's not many teachers who can impact someone's life like he has yours.

6p01127906551228a4 said...

Gorgeous card Amanda! What a wonderful tribute to your teacher, he sounds like such a great person. I'm glad you had the opportunity to learn from such a special person.

Stamp Maryland said...

Thanks for the card! Even cuter in person!!!!!!

Tracy