The name A Thumbs up Project represents the go ahead for me. Universally, thumbs up are widely recognized as a sign of approval.
Upon discovering what I believe is God’s purpose for saving my life from Cancer, and for actually following through on what I believe is the purpose of my being. I believe my mission has been approved and I have all the ammunition I need to succeed; Experience, while giving all The Glory to God.
A Thumbs up Project was created in 2013 to share the survivors point of view on the subject of Breast Cancer, by sharing knowledge in a language most can understand; Everyday English, coupled with firsthand knowledge gleaned from past experiences.
Also, A Thumbs up Project supports the fight to free those imprisoned in the Sex Trade Industries, regardless of gender. God willing, the bottom line will lead to the birth of The Norvie L. Cherry Foundation for the Eradication of Human Trafficking.
Discovering the gift to write late in life has given me an amazing opportunity to increase Breast Cancer Awareness, through Medical Terms and Short Stories and penning the book I Survived 60 Years to Get Cancer, Then Kill It./ The Norvie L. Cherry Story.
While writing the book I realized how much information I held concerning prostitution, increasing my desire to share what I know about the sex trade. Hence; The Norvie L. Cherry Foundation for the Eradication of Human Trafficking was born, in the hopes that the book will finance both projects.
FYI: On Friday March 25, 2016 I will be co-hosting on the radio, starting at 6a for a couple of hours. WRFG 89.3 FM Atlanta Georgia. And don’t forget the Evening Spring Fling on April 24, 2016, 6p-12a at Jazzy J’s Banquet Hall 5234 Old National Highway, Atlanta Ga. 30349 (Old National and Godby Rd. behind the Chevron gas station)
Free admission, or a vending space for $25. See more information on the post Vendor’s Wanted.