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Pink Truck - Pink Challenge


Pink Truck - Pink Challenge

Think Pink like the Firefighters!

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    Wow. This is terrifically pink! What a great story; it shows empathy in bravery; of women surviving breast cancer; of firefighters risking their lives for others; and those girls standing around in their underwear in mid autumn! :2468who-do-we-appreciate:
    Beautiful! I especially love the stacked helmets. Please thank your son for his Service as a First Responder. In the military, we at least had a general idea when we were going in harm's way, but the first responders never know from one minute to another. I love seeing all this pink!
    Fabulous layout! Love the pink fire truck! What a great group of fire men! Your layout is just wonderful and please do thank your son for his service as First Responder - my dh is a cop and we work closely with first responders every day - they are an awesome group of people and I can't even begin to imagine life without them!
    LOVE the pink fire truck! Much prettier than the yellow or red! ;) Pam, I really like the way you arranged and framed your photos. The journaling tells the whole story! Thank you for joining the challenge!
    This is really wonderful! I have never seen a pink firetruck and its great that they are making this tribute during this month. Love your photo arrangement and the additiono of the pink fire hydrant and stars!
    Great LO! Love to see all of the pages where communities come together to support a great cause.
    Wow! Pam, this is cool! A pink fire truck. :D
    Wonderful, Pam! What great pictures. Love the composition of this LO. Well done.
    A pink fire truck, how cool! I love the combination of soft but tough of this layout - a perfect combination to represent the cause!
    What a powerful way to demonstrate care and compassion, and how beautifully your photos and composition presents this tribute. I hadn't heard of this pink fire truck - and I live in Prince George's County. You'd think it would have made the local news, at least. Please thank your son for his service, and that of his fellow first responders.