Archive for December, 2010

Mocember 4th: The Last of the Moweekends

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Well, folks, it’s been fun!  Sir Reginald von Burlington IV (my moustache) and I would like to thank everyone for your support over the last month!  Our team totalled $3,226 – while we didn’t beat Google, I think we put a healthy dent in the fight against men’s cancers.

I look forward to updating you again in the future, as we will soon be approaching Mullet March!  Just kidding, just kidding…

Mocember 1st: Thank You!

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In a pleasant surprise last night, I discovered I am all out of my Movember thank-you notes (pictured above)!  That means last month was a very successful fundraiser, thanks to all of you!  I apologize to anyone who donated in the last few days as I’ll need to make another batch of notes before I can get yours in the mail.

If you, too, would like one of these limited edition thank-you notes, stop by my Movember site to make a last minute contribution.  I’ve decided to keep my moustache for a few more days because I’m only $311 away from my goal which would mean keeping it for December!  I’ll see where we’re at this weekend before I pull out the razor.

Our team, The MOXstaches, raised over $3000 last month, helping bring the Microsoft total above $33,000!  Excellent work and special thanks to all my Mo Bros and Mo Sistas at work and those supporting our team!

Here’s a shot of the Moustache Cake I made for our party yesterday:

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