Here is the thing, I started this post days ago and have hesitated to hit publish because I wasn't expressing the over-riding feeling I have had from BlogHer. Gratitude. Exhaustion and Gratitude.
I know my dermatologist shares this suggestion: Wear a hat along with your sunglasses; broad-brimmed hats are best so much so that Krauss Dermatology (my derm) is giving away a super cute sun hat from and some Elta UV Pure Sunscreen - a gift set valued at over $70.
By entering this giveaway, you are also helping the Melanoma Foundation of New England because Krauss Dermatology will donate for every Facebook "Like" $1 to the MFNE. Enter to win and help out a great non-profit that helps educate and assists patients and their caregivers struggling with melanoma by offering free support groups, educational programs, and Billy’s Buddies, a one-on-one patient advocacy and support program.
After the session we went to the Teen Life Fair at the Mall at Chestnut Hill and so at least 20 neighbors and friends. What a tremendous resource for teens for community service, camps, internships and more. It was fun to connect with people and organizations that we know and learn about new places and opportunities. The Melanoma Foundation of New England had a table with a small covered apparatus that showed sun damage to your face (umm, yeah. I think I need to make an appointment with my derm). My dermatologist, who, coincidentally, is donating $1 for each Facebook like to their page to the Melanoma Foundation of New England.