I hope you appreciate this Promoted To Big Sister Unicorn Mode design, please feel free to share it with your friends on your social networks and see what type of reactions you get, If you are passionate about Sister and or Gift For Daughter or maybe you want to get a gift for someone special you know that would appreciate it, this makes the ideal gift.
Tags: grandpa, grandma, gift, love, family
You can wear/use this product, but please do not claim my artwork. Thank You. Washing: Turn garment inside out. Use cold water only. Use laundry detergent without bleach. Dry in dryer under normal settings. Expect about 5-7% (about a half a shirt size) shrinkage after normal wash for our cotton shirts. Wash cold, dry low. Wash colors separately from whites, especially on the first wash. Over time, you may experience slight fading on the graphic as your shirt naturally weathers with numerous washings.
Tags: siblings, sisters
A team of women known as Bitches for Boobies are on a mission to help find a cure for breast cancer. Each of the ladies is represented by her canine companion because they too think cancer sucks. Show your support and love to those who are fighting, and to those that have passed. Together we will conquer this horrible disease.
Tags: breast-cancer-research, breast-cancer-support, breast-cancer, english-bulldog, dogs
Don't allow yourself to be given a label, defy that box or label. All proceeds from the purchase of this shirt go directly to Leiomyosarcoma research. Note: Please check sizing chart when ordering women shirts, the sizes run small.
Tags: cancer-research, leiomyosarcoma, sarcoma-cancers, rare-cancers
Back in Nov. I found out my mother had 3rd stage breast cancer. She wanted to start up a page here to try and raise money for the Women's group that has helped her get the treatment she needs. Unfortunately my mother has been hospitalized for the last 14 days and the doctors have given us the worst case scenario. So I have taken it upon myself to start what my mom wanted to do. ALL money made from shirts, cases, notebooks, mugs and stickers with the (BC) in the title will be donated to the Women's group that has been helping my mom out.
Tags: breast-cancer-awarness, prince-devitt, finn-balor, breast-cancer-research, breast-cancer
lthough not officially serving under the ASA name, covertly designated as Radio Research, ASA personnel of the 3rd Radio Research Unit were among the earliest U.S. military personnel in Vietnam; 3rd later grew to become the 509th Radio Research Group. The first ASA soldier to be a battlefield fatality of the Vietnam War was Specialist 4 James T. Davis (from Livingston, Tennessee) who was killed on 22 December 1961, on a road near the old French Garrison of Cau Xang. He had been assigned to the 3rd Radio Research Unit at Tan Son Nhut Airport near Saigon, along with 92 other members of his unit. Davis Station, at Tan Son Nhut, was named after him. Although President Lyndon Johnson later termed Davis "the first American to fall in the defense of our freedom in Vietnam", a look at the Vietnam Veterans' memorial shows that he was nowhere near the first U.S. fatality. Most ASA personnel processed in country through Davis Station. Others attached to larger command structures prior to transport to Vietnam processed in with those units. ASA personnel were attached to Army infantry and armored cavalry units throughout the Vietnam War. Some teams were also attached to the Studies and Observation Group of Military Assistance Command Vietnam and special forces units. Assigned to the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) based out of Nha Trang was the 4O3rd Radio Research Group, Special Operations Detachment (SOD). SODiers deployed to Operational Detachment base camps throughout South Vietnam. Other teams were independent of other army units, such as the 313th Radio Research Battalion at Nha Trang. ASA personnel remained in Vietnam after the 1973 pullout of US Army combat forces and remained present until the Fall of Saigon in April 1975.
Tags: insignia, research, veteran, retired, radio