Dear sixteen-year-old-me.

Reblogger
Home Stager with Transition Stage LLC

 

This is a very effective and compelling video on a topic we all need to be aware of. Watch it all the way through, and be sure to pass it on to everyone you love.

It's a tough thing, but we can help protect ourselves and everyone we know and love by being more aware and vigilant about this type of cancer.

Thanks to Alan May for for the original post.

 

Original content by Alan May

Susan Mangigian posted this on her facebook page, and I thought it was worthy of posting on my Blog.  Watch it all the way through, it's worthwhile, and when you're done, pass it along to the people you care about.

 

And when you're done, forward it back (or backward it forward?) to your sixteen-year-old-self.  If you figure out how, please let me know.  And if you're sixteen-year-old-self actually listens to you, let me know how you managed it.

We were so invincible, once.  Weren't we?

Thanks Susan.  You rock!  Who knows how many this might impact?

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Oh, and that girl??  Fugghedabouther... she'll break your heart!

ALAN MAY, Realtor®
Specializing in Evanston Real Estate and North Shore Real Estate

Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, 2929 Central Street, Evanston, IL 60201
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Comments (6)

Mary Stewart
HomeTrust Real Estate, LLC, Homes for Everyone - Wilsonville, OR
Wilsonville and Surrounding Portland Metro Areas

This was pretty tough to watch.  A good friend of our just passed away from this very thing.  His was noticed as a black spot on the back of his ear, had been neglected because he could not see it....so....my advice is when you put on sunscreen, put it all over your ears as well, front, back and around the hairline.  Especially for those who have short hair and the ears show.  My step-father had this type of cancer as well and they had to peel half of his face to get it all.  He was a farmer and had many places on his arms and face over the years that had to be cut way.  Farmers tan you know.  No sunscreen back then, how were we to know, but now we do.  Thank for this re-post.  Appreciated and I am forwarding it on.  Just put on Facebook.

May 09, 2011 09:52 AM
Judy Klem
Transition Stage LLC - Shelton, CT
Home Staging, Senior Move Management, Fairfield/New Haven counties

Hi Mary - It's really true that anyone who works outdoors needs a good sunscreen, re-applied multiple times. I'm so sorry that you lost a good friend to this cancer, and that your stepfather was so baly affected. I'm glad you're forwarding it on.

May 09, 2011 10:18 AM
Charles Edwards Bentonville
Coldwell Banker Harris McHaney & Faucette 479-253-3796 - Bentonville, AR
AR REALTOR, Bentonville Real Estate Agent and Broker

Judy, How many times a day do I say, 'life is so precious'? Well, it is, life is precious.

May 09, 2011 02:47 PM
Judy Klem
Transition Stage LLC - Shelton, CT
Home Staging, Senior Move Management, Fairfield/New Haven counties

Hi Charles - Yes, it is. This is a sad reminder of that fact.

May 09, 2011 04:03 PM
Donna Foerster
HomeSmart Realty Group - Parker, CO
Metro Denver Real Estate Assistant

Hi Judy~ I saw this on Alan's blog and I didn't really know what it was about, so I didn't watch it.  Thank you for re-blogging.  I've posted the video on my Facebook page.

May 11, 2011 08:27 AM
Judy Klem
Transition Stage LLC - Shelton, CT
Home Staging, Senior Move Management, Fairfield/New Haven counties

Hi Donna - It was a bit hard to watch, but really important. I'm glad you've posted it to your Facebook page, because the more people who see it, the better!

May 11, 2011 08:45 AM