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becky d.

I just think I may....what a sweet remembrance!

Kyooty

hugs. I really like this idea.

Headless Mom

I'm all in! My kids will be thrilled too!

Joy

So sorry for your loss, Carmen. This is a lovely idea though for remembering Joann. I wouldn't mind supporting Starbucks either, great corporate philosophy and practices! Thanks for inviting us :-)

Megan

What a sweet idea (no pun intended). I love caramel cappuccinos so I'll try to get there and do this and explain to the barista why I'm giving that name and insisting it be spelled correctly. The cool thing is that through your blogging, and this idea, your sister in law will get to touch many people. Hugs to you and your family during this difficult week.

addy

I'm in. But, no caramel thingie - gah sweet.

Esther

Thank you! This is such a wonderful way to remember her... and it's a great way of giving us all the opportunity to share in and celebrate her life!

My dad and son are both cancer survivors, and I've lost too many loved ones to cancer. So, it's wonderful to remember their lives, lessons, and all that their sweet (too few) days meant to us...

Mary Ann

I will keep her in my thoughts and prayers!

It hardly seems like a year already.

Love to you all,

Cousin Mary Ann

tara

This is so sweet!! Oh my god, I'll totally join! I love the way you chose to commemorate losing someone so important to you. I'm so incredibly sorry for your loss.

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  • Carmen Staicer is a whirlwind of energy and execution, who never sleeps and drinks way too much coffee. She works from home as Social Media Programs Manager for SheKnows, and is the mom to six kids, most of whom play instruments, sing or dance and all of whom are much smarter than she will ever be. In other words, her house is never ever quiet or still. A concentration of asthma, food allergies, spectrum disorders and learning disabilities means that she spends an awful lot of time second guessing herself and Dr. Googling, as well as learning to cook everything the family might like to eat. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, boxing (she has her Black Belt in Muay Thai), sleeping, exploring coffee shops, photography, ballet class and cooking. She excels in being a smart mouth and has her major in sarcasm, with a dual minor in BS studies and avoiding laundry.