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Win “Pretty Sick: The Beauty Guide for Women with Cancer”

  • 8:36 am Tuesday, October 31st, 2017 by Ann Kelly

As we wrap up October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I first of all want to thank you for your support of our Making Strides against Breast Cancer walk. It’s so exciting to see more and more of you each year at the Shoppes of Wiregrass at Wesley Chapel. Your energy is amazing! I know how much it means to our survivors to return and share their stories, and to honor the memory of those who have lost their fight. But with each walk, each event we come closer and closer to that day when we can say we live in [More]

Win A Spa Getaway To The Enchantment Resort

  • 4:02 am Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Hey, I get it. The stress level this year has just been off the charts and I know how much you could us a little “me” time. But this is so much more than just a little – 105.5 The Dove and Splenda Naturals are teaming-up to give you the chance to win a 5-night Splenda “Naturally Better” getaway to the luxurious Enchantment Resort in Sedona! Your amazing trip will include round-trip airfare and first class accommodations at The Enchantment Resorts in Sedona, Arizona. Think total relaxation in a holistic, natural environment where you can just forget about the world for a [More]

No Roof Left Behind

  • 7:42 am Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 by Ann Kelly

After Hurricane Irma tore through the Bay area a lot of people dealt with damaged, leaky roofs. But imagine if that were nothing out of the ordinary on a daily basis? A friend of Charlene McClintock of Seminole put her name in for the opportunity to win a new roof from Arry’s Roofing and told us her story;

“A previous stay at home mother of 5 children, 3 at home (10,12,14) for the past 15 yrs, was recently abandoned by her husband of nearly 20 yrs leaving behind many woes of a needy home. Among many other things in the home [More]

Become a “Champion Of Yes”

  • 9:30 am Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

The Arthritis Foundation has been a source of help and hope for so many people, and that list includes me. Lupus is a tough disease to live with but it’s only one of more than one hundred forms of arthritis. So allow me to be totally selfish for a moment. When I have the chance to tell you about a wonderful way to begin your day and make a difference at the same time I’m going to do it! The Faces of Arthritis “Champions of Yes” breakfast is coming up Tuesday, November 7th at the lovely Centre Club on Westshore [More]

TSO Returns For The Holidays Sunday

  • 6:06 am Friday, October 13th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

It’s the event we all look forward to every year – The Trans Siberian Orchestra’s return to Amalie Arena. But this year will be bittersweet with the loss of two members over the past year. But in my interview with original member Al Pitrelli who is also the music director and guitarist for TSO, they choose to celebrate the lives of creator, composer and lyricist Paul O’Neill and bassist Dave Z (David Zablidowsky). The Winter tour is presented by Hallmark with an updated presentation of “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve.”  The tour will be in Amalie Arena Sunday for two [More]

Making Strides Is Saturday!

  • 5:47 am Wednesday, October 11th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer has always been an emotional and motivating experience for me. My Mom is a double-mastectomy survivor and the reason I get my annual mammograms. I also love making new friends, celebrating survivors and honoring the memories who are not with us. But we walk with a purpose. Out aim is a cure, a world without breast cancer, a world with more survivors. You can help us do that this Saturday, October 14th. I’ll be at the Shops of Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel . It’s a pleasure to introduce you to another survivor that joined us to tell [More]

Walking For A World With More Survivors

  • 7:30 am Saturday, October 7th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

For as many times as we’ve gotten together early in the morning for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer  it’s always an emotional and motivating experience. We make new friends, celebrate survivors and honor the memories who are not with us. But we walk with a purpose for a world without breast cancer, a world with more survivors. You can help us do that this Saturday, October 14th. I’ll be at the Shops of Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel making new friends and enjoying a lot of hugs and as always shed a few tears. It’s a pleasure to introduce [More]

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

  • 7:34 am Monday, October 2nd, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Breast cancer isn’t something I think about once a month; I think about it every day, every time I talk to my Mom up in Ohio. She’s a double mastectomy survivor and the reason I make sure to take care of myself and get my annual mammogram. I just did that, and it’s all good. But for some women it’s not. I’ll be introducing you to three wonderful women who are breast cancer survivors and will be walking with us at our Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Events. Marse Walsh will be walking in Pinellas.

Please join me and all [More]

Ralphie Is Ready For His New Home…

  • 4:53 am Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

Remember our good buddie Ralphie? Well, he’s nearing the nine week mark since his very difficult surgery. Here’s what the Suncoast Animal League has to say.

As far as Ralphie is concerned, he has healed perfectly. However, that’s for Dr. Hay, the “doggie bones doctor” to decide on Thursday during Ralphie’s final vet check up. Once Ralphie is cleared, it will be time for him to go to his forever home. You know what that means, right? It’s time for us to select Ralphie’s adoption family so he can be a part of this weekend’s big adoption event at the [More]

With More Than A Little Help From My Friends

  • 5:03 am Monday, September 18th, 2017 by Ann Kelly

On one of my visits to my nephrologist (that’s the kidney doc) one of the questions he had for me was what kind of support system I had. That’s the first time any doctor has asked that and it really made me think. I am blessed with good friends and coworkers. But the rest of my family is up in Ohio. So it’s a long distance support system for sure. Dealing with a chronic illness means a lot of visits to various doctors and having someone to just unload with is a must. Many of my online Facebook friends are [More]

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