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438--California: Mom's Pink Party for Breast Cancer Awareness
@ Site News     Sep 22 2009 - 03:15 PST
Michelle, Tonya, Bev (Mom) and Cherie. We hosted a "pink party" to gather our friends and family to help our Mom fight breast cancer.

Michelle, Tonya, Bev (Mom) and Cherie. We hosted a "pink party" to gather our friends and family to help our Mom fight breast cancer.

cherie writes: A month ago my mom felt like she was healthier than ever. At 62 years old, she was walking 5-7 miles a day. After losing fifty pounds and keeping it off, my mom was enjoying her retirement in the desert with her husband (32 years) Eddy.

Last month my mom got her annual check up and the annual mammogram showed something suspicious. After countless tests, my mom has been diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer with spine and liver metastasis. More about Beverly Myint.

My sisters and I hosted a “Pink Party” for my mom this weekend, where we gathered friends and family to show our love and support. We wore pink, ate pink and dyed pink stripes in our hair. Even though my sister Michelle was sick—she spent 8 hours dying people’s hair. We were so grateful for all the love, hope and support we have received. My mom starts weekly chemo treatments next week. Our family and friends will support and love her every step of this battle against breast cancer.
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425--Florida: All you need is love on Valentine's Day
@ CherieSpotting     Feb 14 2009 - 07:51 PST
Cherie and Greg celebrate Valentine's Day with Chad (Key West's sexiest Cupid!)

Cherie and Greg celebrate Valentine's Day with Chad (Key West's sexiest Cupid!)

cherie writes: I met Greg in 2001 at a crew party for a sailing race (the Baja Ha-Ha.) I wanted to be crew on a boat so I could get a “free vacation to Mexico” with my best-friend Jean.

When I met Greg it was instant chemistry, but Greg said his boat (Scirocco) was full (with 6 people aboard.) I explained my philosophy of “the more the merrier” and Greg would have none of it. The first day I met Greg I boldly told him:
“I’ll be on your boat; you just don’t know it yet.”

Luckily I got a position on a 53-ft Swan (Mistress) and Greg and I fell in love a month later in Mazatlan. I moved on Greg’s boat and we sailed down the coast of Mexico, to Panama, to the Caribbean where we broke up, got back together, sailed to the Florida Keys, traveled through Europe, sailed again in places from Alaska to Mexico, and traveled across the United States. Last night Greg and I met “Cupid” in Key West, Florida. We told Cupid to save his arrow—we’re already in love.
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396: California: Mom's 60th Birthday Party
@ CherieSpotting     Aug 24 2007 - 07:11 PST
Celebrating my Mom's 60th Birthday at my sister Michelle's house.

Celebrating my Mom's 60th Birthday at my sister Michelle's house.

cherie writes: It’s time to pig out for my mom’s 60th Birthday! According to Chinese astrology, my mom (Bev) was born during the year of the pig. (That’s what I blame my poor eating habits on—that I was born during the Chinese year-of-the-pig, too!) The year-of-the-pig (which happens every 12-years) is an auspicious time to have a child (according to the Chinese), but 2007 is the year of the Golden Pig, which only happens once every 60-years (or once in a life-time!)

The 12 animal gods on the Chinese zodiac (Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig) blend with the 5 elements (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) you get a 60-year cycle.

Here are the photos of my mom’s 60th birthday party, held at my sister Michelle’s house!
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354--California: Squirrel Hunting with the Family
@ CherieSpotting     May 25 2006 - 03:05 PST
Feeding the squirrels in San Simeon, California.  (Yes, Kylie touched the squirrel!)

Feeding the squirrels in San Simeon, California. (Yes, Kylie touched the squirrel!)

Cherie writes: Family vacations are about the simple things in life like feeding peanuts to squirrels in the morning and hunting for moonstones in the afternoon.

This year we spent our family vacation camping along the shores of San Simeon in Central California. We raced bikes down lonely isolated roads, splashed in the ocean’s refreshing waves and told stories over a smoldering campfire. But of all the silly activities we did, just being together was the most fun.
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352--California: Elephant Seals, 2 Tons of Fun
@ CherieSpotting     May 24 2006 - 05:43 PST
Elephant seals spash and play along the shore in Central California.

Elephant seals spash and play along the shore in Central California.

Cherie writes: What should you do if you see a Mirounga augustirostris on the beach? Take a photo of course! Commonly known at the Elephant Seal, these massive mammals flop onto the beach twice a year in California—once to mate and another time to molt.

These 2 ½ ton mammals are the largest aquatic carnivores in existence. These big guys have powerful lungs and are great divers. They can stay under water for more than 80 minutes (more than any other mammal) and dive to depths of over 5187-ft (making the elephant seal the world’s deepest diving vertebrate.)

The pups are called weaners and the baby elephant seals look like little puppies. But the elephant seals loose their cuteness as they age—they have hairy flippers, no ears and they grow noses down to their mouths. If you like hairy appendages, thick blubber & pendulous noses—take a peek at these Elephant Seal photos:
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312: California: Family & Friends
@ CherieSpotting     Aug 27 2005 - 08:52 PST
Pregnant?  It can't be!  For Allison, it's true.  But Cherie's belly has the help of a couple bicycle helmets.

Pregnant? It can't be! For Allison, it's true. But Cherie's belly has the help of a couple bicycle helmets.

cherie writes: Joyce Brothers said: "When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses."

My family keeps growing everyday, which means I keep getting happier!

Rebecca is pregnant with the next Sogsti, and my close friend Allison is pregnant with her first child. As Elizabeth Stone said "Making the decision to have a child - it's momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking outside your body."

These photos of my friends and family celebrate the beauty and simplicity of a child's life. You'll see lots of squishy hugs and bursting smiles! As Milton Berle said, "Laughter is an instant vacation."
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308--California: Santa Cruz Family Vacation
@ CherieSpotting     Aug 02 2005 - 02:48 PST
Hands up!  Cherie and niece Sophie on the roller-coaster at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk.

Hands up! Cherie and niece Sophie on the roller-coaster at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk.

cherie writes: Favorite conversation stumbled upon at our family vacation:
Sophie (age 4): Let’s jump in the pool!
Ellie (age 6): We have to wait for the adults before we can go in.
Sophie: Why? I can swim.
Ellie: Haven’t you ever drowned?
Sophie: No, have you?
Ellie: No, but my brother Tanner drowned 3 times!

My parents, sisters, nieces and nephews gathered in Santa Cruz, California for a family vacation. We camped at a KOA campground and spent the week golfing, not-catching squirrels, splashing in the pool, playing in the park, and riding bikes. We topped the week off by making our bellies fat and our wallets thin at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk.

Luckily, the only fights we got into were with foam noodles. Considering there was only one trip to the emergency room, this family vacation was a huge success!
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