Category — Wear Red Day
Depending on where you are reading this from… Today/Tomorrow – Friday, February 1, 2008 is *National Wear Red Day,* or *Wear Red Dress Day!*
I believe they changed it to National Wear Red Day so that men can join in to bring *Awareness of Heart Disease being the NUMBER ONE cause of death in women.
Because this is so important and I would like to give back and pass it forward, I designed THREE FREE Wear Red eCards (or Wear Red Dress Day eCards).
Who knows… you may even save a life of two by making someone aware of the statistics that Heart Disease is the NUMBER ONE killer of women.
SEND A FREE CARD to *every* women you know — Jewish or not. I created the FREE cards in two flavors: Jewish and NON-Jewish. So you have absolutely no excuse.
We need to get more proactive and involved. In this case you do not even have to leave the comfort and safety of your home or office.
Go here to send your FREE Wear Red eCards.
http://www.SayItWithEcards.com (SCROLL DOWN the page to get to the FREE cards)
Please let others know about this.
Shabbat Shalom in Advance.
NOTE: For those who are members of Say It With eCards, the member area contains 1 1/2 dozen of each type with different phrases.
To see all the Wear Red Day eCards go here:
Shabbat Shalom in advance.
February 1, 2008 No Comments
February is the “Month of the Heart” at Say It With eCards Judaic Greetings Club…
What makes Say It With eCards different from the rest is that I, as a Jewish woman and Jewish Digital Artist, design under the assumption that “Jewish People Are People Too!” Those of the Jewish faith celebrate most of the same holidays and occasions that Non-Jews do. We have the same dreams, feelings, emotions and goals, etc.
With this in mind, where possible I do my best to design Judaic Themed eCards for those occasions where it would not be offensive to do so.
While the Jewish People do not traditionally celebrate Saint-related holidays, Jewish people DO love. So I found a way to have Judaic Themed Love eCards
Briefly, a list of the February Holidays, Celebrations and Acknowledgements is below:
- February 1, 2008 is National Wear Red Day
- February 14, 2008 is Valentines Day – Judaic Style
I will be writing indepth entries on each of these upcoming February “Heart” Events. As you can see… ALL are “heart” related.
January 27, 2008 No Comments