F.R.O.G (Fully Relying on God)

F.R.O.G (Fully Relying On God) T-Shirt Photo
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"We originally made T-shits as a support to our hero and friend Stacey who have been battling cancer for 15 years. After so much interest we upped the order and developed a fundraiser for her and her family. We sold over 100 shirts and provided the family a means to help pay for medical expenses. We wore our shirts during the Relay for Life event. Stacey had wanted to participate in the relay for a couple of years but seemed to be ill when it came around. This picture was taken this year at the relay her first one and her last outing before she passed away. We are very proud to have known her and learned the true meaning of life, friendship and what it means to give support to a family who is in need. The T-shirts were and still are a voice in her honor. Thank you Costume Ink. for all your support and donation to our cause. Your customer service it top notch." - F.R.O.G (Aug 17, 2007)

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comment by anonymous - Aug 22, 2007 - back to the top

You're awesome I give it a 5

comment by anonymous - Aug 22, 2007 - back to the top

Beautiful story. Only the best for Stacey- definitely a 5.

comment by anonymous - Aug 22, 2007 - back to the top

Pretty sure I get questioned whenever I wear this shirt, but I am definately proud to wear it!

comment by anonymous - Aug 22, 2007 - back to the top

I totally give it a five!!

comment by anonymous - Aug 22, 2007 - back to the top

Stacey's theme in life was FROG (fully relying on God)...Today was her birthday. She would have been 35.

comment by anonymous - Aug 23, 2007 - back to the top

I give it a five!

comment by anonymous - Aug 24, 2007 - back to the top

What a wonderful tribute to your friend!

comment by Guest - Apr 11, 2012 - back to the top

Nice

comment by Guest - Oct 29, 2012 - back to the top

Unfortunately, Cuil just isn't putting out good restuls. For example, search for Jewish Learning Connection . The first link in the upper left is Cleveland's Jewish Learning Connection. But it is an old page at an old URL that hasn't been used since 2006. The current site isn't found.Another link on the first page is the United Methodist Church. Sorry, but that site hasn't got diddley to do with anything Jewish.And all the links are displayed with invalid graphics. Search for Heights Jewish Center and you will find some worthwhile links. But the pictures that accompany those links don't come from the linked sites.I wish the good folks at Cuil every success. Competition is the backbone of free enterprise, and competition can spur the established players such as Google and Yahoo to get better. But right now, Cuil is not competitive at all.