Web Design and Development
This web site was designed by Panda Verde, www.pandaverde.com, a graphic designer who will help you stand out in whatever your design needs might be. Panda Verde works with an amazing web developer at www.gatooki.com, who did the implimenting and coding end of the web site.
Bathsheba Monk was a co-founder of That Barry Girl Foundation and she remains passionate about helping women with breast cancer thrive not just survive. She recently published her second novel, “Nude Walker”, and has interviewed Fanny on her radio program at the LeHigh Valley Arts Salon, National Public Radio program. Visit her web site or blog spot at www.bathshebamonk.com andbathshebamonk.blogspot.com
Tulum is Asking for your Love
Check out this fabulous video about the unique and fragile ecosystem that supports the marvelous beach and jungle peninsula that is Tulum. The English version is narrated by Fanny Barry. Tulum is asking for your love: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcjZMny6EeY En español es: maya subterraneo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3Tep6PW2Qo At www.tuluminfo.org you will find more great information about Tulum as well as the video en Francais.
That Barry Girl’s favorite place to snorkel or dive, or get certified to dive. Enter the underwater world of Tulum with one of the most knowledgeable and interesting diving groups in Tulum. Visit www.acuatictulum.com.mx for more info and to reserve your underwater adventure.
Fabulous web site to inspire yoga, art, and life: http://www.awesomlife.com/
During its 5 year life, That Barry Girl Foundation gave away about $5,000 in cash grants to women in treatment for breast cancer. Outside of my family, most of the friends who helped us were from the O’Neil family, our lifetime family friends. Without their support and help, we would have only raised a fraction of what we did. Molly O’Neil Taylor created signature bracelets for us each year and her designs with Enchanted Designs by Molly (enchantedesignsbymolly.com see below) captured the essence of That Barry Girl’s mission. Her sister, Meg O’Neil Erickson recently revived her fashion design business, TwoHippies.com. Meg’s creative talents are incredible and she is designing beautiful handbags and bracelets. Too, she is using an employment model that is sustainable: Mojo. Short for Momsandjobs.com, an organization that hires single moms and offers full daycare, healthcare and support for these women who will hand stitch Two Hippies elegant handbags. Meg makes the bracelets herself. Visit Two Hippies at www.twohippies.com or at their facebook page under two hippies.
Enchanted Designs by Molly
Enchanted Designs by Molly jewelry is handwoven on silk cord with Czech crystal beads made according to the ancient Japanese art of Kumihimo. She has several fundraising sales yearly and special designs for women with breast cancer.
Girl On The Go
Girl On The Go offers a personal, comfortable, and private way to shop for a wig, a very difficult experience for a woman facing hair loss from cancer treatment.
Hope in Bloom
Hope in Bloom’s mission is to provide indoor or outdoor gardens free of charge at the homes of Massachusetts’ residents undergoing treatment for breast cancer. The goal with this program is to simply make the journey through this uncertain time a little brighter for patients.
Rebel1in8′s mission is to inform and nurture breast cancer awareness and support through shared resources and shared stories. Rebelling against the social and political side effects of breast cancer Rebel1in8 is about moving forward informed and guided by ones personal idealogies. Rebel1in8′s resources are for every woman, of any age in the belief that by unveiling the fear and unfamiliar terrain this information will provide a compass towards healing, peace and dignity
Point of Life
Michael Levy is the author of eight inspirational books. and a prominent speaker on health maintenance, stress eradication, wealth development, authentic happiness and inspirational poetry. His newest meaningful, inspirational book – The Joys of Live Alchemy – is available at all good book stores and Michael’s web site: http://www.pointoflife.com/.
“Coping with Caregiving” Radio Program
Listen to Fanny Barry on Jacqueline Marcell’s Coping with Caregiving radio show (segment 3), discussing caring for ourselves while caring for others. Jacqueline is the author of the bestselling book, “Elder Rage”, a Book-of-the-Month Club selection—who after caring for her elderly parents became an author, international speaker, radio host and advocate for eldercare awareness and reform. She is also a breast cancer survivor and she and Fanny discuss the I Wish I Knew series and Fanny’s perspective on caring for ourselves and others.