January 24, 2009

January 24, 2009
Flowers Heritage Foundation


Welcome to another day in my life. Today is Saturday and I am so glad the weekend is finally here.

Between fighting a cold, losing a great friend and a long week; I am exhausted and spent a few hours napping today. There is just so much this aging body of mine can do without some extra rest.

I spent the rest of the day doing the every day chores of life and working out. Clothes needed to be washed after all the trips I have been on lately. Today was abs, legs and butt for my workout. I am finally getting to the point of not being extra sore the day after a workout.

But on to my subject of the day which is the Flowers Heritage Foundation. I recently found out about their foundation because they are helping people on the ADAP waiting lists get their life saving medications.

According to their website, The Flowers Heritage Foundation is a non profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing solutions for public health issues affecting the underserved and improving the lives of the most fragile among us.

Their current priority is to make a significant difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS. They allocate 100% of donor dollars to help improve and/or save the lives of the medically indigent through our programs.They also work to educate and increase awareness around HIV/AIDS as a public health dilemma.

Their foundation aims to identify gaps in healthcare services and systems and treat health disparities, when possible, with effective public health solutions and create sustainable social justice outcomes.

I, personally, can not say enough good things about them. I think anyone who reads my blog knows how I feel about financially challenged Americans being put on ADAP waiting lists. Especially when so many of my friends, my husband and my godchild died before the lifesaving medications became available in 1996.

So please check out their website by clicking on their banner below and make a donation! Your donation will be helping save a life of a fellow American.

Wishing you health, hope and happiness.



Big bear hug,



Daddy Dab