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  1. Nicole Zecchini says:

    Growing up it has always been my mom and I. I was unexpected, but ironically just what she needed. Since she was a single parent she made it her mission to give me everything I could ever dream of having and more, and these past 19 years she has done an incredible job. My mother is my best friend and the most amazing woman in the world in my eyes. I look up to her, admire her, and hope one day to do half the things she has done for me for my children. She has taught me so much about life and love and I am so grateful for her. I have just been accepted into a performing arts school in NYC and I leave in October. The school is extremely expensive and my mom has offered to pay for it, and I am beyond ecstatic and grateful. She is the most unselfish and giving person I have ever met, and I think it's about time she gets something in return. I would love to be able to give her this gift. It is by no means in comparison to what she's done for me, but I know it would mean the world to her. She's highly active and absolutely loves exercising and she definitely doesn't get pampered enough, so this would be the perfect gift for her. I hold my mother very high on a pedestal and I would love to be able to give her this amazing gift!

  2. Aileen Ginesta says:

    I would like to nominate my friend Cheree Scefcyk.  I have worked on & off with Cheree for over 10yrs now and she has proven to be a great friend and most importantly a great mother.  Unfortunately she has had lots and lots of misfortune in the past year.  Her husband is a stay-at-home father for many years due to work disability (I believe) and that has worked well for their family with Cheree being the sole provider, however with the downturn of the economy she was laid off from her great-paying job and has been working at Band of America for 2yrs but pinching pennies anywhere and everywhere to support her family of 5 due the drastic reduction in salary. 
    To name a few of her “misfortunes”:
    ·         Her riding mower (and only mower) broke just this month, and she lives in the woods (rural area) and has no money to fix it or buy a new one.
    ·         Her AC is broken and thanks to the kindness of a friend, is surviving the Florida heat with just a window unit
    ·         This month she also had a leak in the roof
    ·         Not to mention 1 daughter nearly broke her arm, and then just last week  was rushed to the hospital with a high fever (ended up being strep)
    ·         In February her husband was admitted to the ICU with kidney failure and SEVERE dehydration due to a bad reaction to his migraine meds mixed with pain medicine
    ·         And the top one – Sometime the end of last year she had surgery on her foot (broke it in 4 places & tore tendons Labor Day week), then ended up with plantar fasciitis, and after 10wks in a cast & being home from work on medical leave, she breaks her heel (go figure?!) and now she has to go see a Rheumatologist because the Dr says her foot is so messed up L
    Despite all this, Cheree still is supportive to her friends and her family, and puts her faith in God (not to get religious on you) that everything will be okay.  I just feel bad for her because, how much can one person really handle before they “crack”?  She has been encouraging and helpful even to me in my down times, which are NOTHING in comparison to all she has endured this past year.  She always tells me how much she’d love to run or work out with me as soon as her foot heals. J
    I just know this would be such a wonderful gift to her, even if she has to wait a bit for the actual personal training part due to the foot issues. 
    Thanks for considering her,
    Aileen Ginesta

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