Breast Cancer will be detected in one of eight women in the US each year.
It is the second leading cause of cancer death among women each year.
On average every 2 minutes a woman will be diagnosed with breast cancer and every 13 minutes one person will die from breast cancer.
There are currently 33 million breast cancer survivors in the USA.
It's important to support the research for cancer. Breast Cancer is often associated with the color pink so I will be showing off some pink Cutch cards.
In addition, you can expect to see some boobs with each post. Who doesn't love boobs?
So let's start with what we're hoping to save!
Elvira may be the obvious choice for Halloween....
I am going with a spunky young actress from my favorite show to binge watch
Is a more modern actress of the undead, and star of one of my favorite TV shows
Not everyone wants to be associated with geek cult roles, but Rose McIver has done exceptional in that role.
She may not be as busty as some of the other lovely ladies I have shown this month, but she is still sexy AF.
In the tv series iZombie, Liv played by McIver has to fill the void of living a normal human life after being exposed as a zombie.
She eats the brains of victims and gets flashes of their memories to help solve the "whodunit" style mysteries.
She has a very spunky personality similar to another of Rob Thomas' TV creations, Veronica Mars, who I showed way earlier this month.
In iZombie, the brains are a short term fix for ultimately what stops her from filling void of being undead.
As you can see on the back of this card
Andrew Mccutchen claims that Felipe (Rivero) Vazquez has "No Heartbeat"
Happy Halloween Everyone!!!
I hope you all enjoyed this year's 2nd Annual (3rd if you remember my TreasureRoom blog) Save The Boobies event.
Remember that 1 in 8 women will be detected with breast cancer and that for as little as $150 mammogram check you can help early detection.
Let's All Help Save Second Base!!!
I'm making my donation again this year for everyone who helped leave comments. $195 will be donated to the Susan G Komen foundation.