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Love your Melon caps Texas Oncology - Day 2 12/23/2022

It was 9 degrees outside today. That made it the perfect time to bring warmth to those who need it the most. We made sensory stress relief squishies so kids who are at doctors offices today could feel loved and have something to help with their stress. We also brought warm Love Your Melon X Creatures Against Cancer hats and Nothing Bundt cakes to doctors who got up in the cold to go out and help others today ❤️. If you know someone going through cancer who can use some extra love and support send a message to

Have a Blessed and Beautiful day!

Love your Melon caps Texas Oncology - Day 1 12/21/2022

We had a great day bringing warmth and support to patients at Texas Oncology today. Bundtlets, neck pillows and Love Your Melon Beanie Caps were a great way to show love to patients who were receiving treatment today. We feel blessed that we are able to help so many feel warmth and loved during this time. Thank you to Nothing Bundt Cakes in Frisco for helping to support our mission over the last year and #loveyourmelon for all you do to help our mission to bring Comfort to Cancer patients.

November update 11/25/2020

We know it has been an incredibly hard year for everyone. We've also had our challenges. We have found that the best way to get through hard times is to help others. We have found great joy in being able to help bring a little happiness to others during this year. We have continued to make masks and comfort gifts and bring them to Children's. We have also seen a great need for other organizations in the community. We were blessed over the last couple of months to to be able to make masks and collect items to bring to Hope's Door and Love Pac's. These are both amazing organizations in the community that help others in need. If there is anything that we learned this year, it is that we all have the ability to bless others. We gave a mask to a worker while donating our old items to Goodwill and she started crying and said thank you. That showed us how powerful kindness can be in hard times. We hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving. Even in a hard year, there is a lot to be thankful for.

July update 07/24/2020

It has been long few months but we have been trying to make to best of it by helping those most in need right now. One of the things that brings us the most joy is being able to talk to and bring comfort items to people fighting cancer. The pandemic has changed a lot of things. We are not able to directly see cancer patients but we still can make comfort items for them and continue to pray for them. We have also seen the increased need for people in the community to have essential items. We have spent the last several months making masks and putting together essential items for those most in need.

Children's Hospital is still very close to our heart. We were also able to sew masks for Children's Hospital and put together comfort items for kids who have to be hospitalized and are trying very hard to be strong and brave. We really hope we can make a small impact on someones day during these uncertain times.

April update 04/29/2020

We hope everyone is staying safe! It's been a hard few months being quarantined. We can't go anywhere except our backyard or around the block on walks! We know it is especially hard for essential workers who have to go to work to help others. We have spent some of our extra time thinking of how we can help. We've made some protective masks and have had them delivered to essential workers around the city. The one thing that was challenging for us (besides learning how to sew the masks), was how to get kids to wear them. Masks are not very comfortable to wear, especially for kids. We decided to attach the masks to super hero eye wear for little kids and also add capes. We also gave these to the kids of essential workers. We heard they loved them. That makes us sooooooooo happy! We also added buttons to hats so adults could put the strings around hat buttons if they want instead of their ears. This makes wearing the masks more comfortable for grownups. We will continue to think of ways we can help those most in need during this scary time in the world. The biggest thing we are also doing is praying. We pray that this pandemic will soon be over and that people can get back together again.

Thanksgiving giving 11/25/2019

What a wonderful way to start our Thanksgiving break! We came to Texas Oncology and handed out beautiful glass ornaments filled with nature and love. Our preserved moss and colorful leaves remind you of the beauty of fall. I love going out on walks to see the colorfulness of the season, and this made us decide to share the peace of fall with others. We also made soft scarves to help bring people warmth in this cold time of the year. I hope everyone has a wonderful and peaceful Thanksgiving!

Christmas in July 07/25/2019

We had so much fun making pillows, capes, hats and bringing gifts to Children's Hospital. Today was Christmas in July at Children's for all the little kids who don't get to see Santa in December. It was our honor to be able to bring a little sunshine to sick kids today. We even got to say Thank you to Santa for coming all the way from the North Pole in summer to visit the kids! We pray that all the kids feel comfort, love and peace while they are fighting and recovering this summer.

November Thanksgiving 11/20/2018

We had a fantastic start to August! We were able to bring summer hats and creatures to some amazing people fighting cancer at Texas Oncology and Children's Hospital! We also made slime for all the parents at Texas Oncology who have kids. They loved it! Some even said they would share slime with their kids friends. Our owl creature with her two baby owls went to the perfect person- a mom with two kids who are 6 and nine years old. The mom loved the owl and said that her kids would love the baby owls. We also loved finding Nemo in the fish tank. There are so many cool and different fish and we could watch them play for a long time. We loved ending our trip playing by the Story Tree at Children's hospital. It is the most perfect tree. It would be awesome if they put a treehouse in it so kids could climb up in it and play and read all day.

Hat party part two! 05/04/2018

These are our newest hat creations. We made Super Hero and Cat themed hats for kids and more baseball caps for grownups fighting cancer. We put the Be Brave symbol on the front and Faith Hope and Love symbol on the backs. We know that the weather is going to get hot soon and hope these hats can help protect their heads. We hope patients feel love and comfort while they wear these hats and know that we are praying for them.

Hat party! 04/08/2018

This week we decided to do something different. A lot of times when we go to the hospital, most people have something covering their heads, it is usually a plain hat or scarf. Because of this, we made some custom hats for them. On each of the hats, we put the Faith Hope and Love symbol on the front and the Be brave quote on the back. We hope these hats will bring comfort and meaning to brave patients fighting cancer.

Christmas at Texas Oncology 12/21/2017

We had a great morning and last creature visit for the year. We went to Texas Oncology to bring some Christmas love. We filled a Santa sack full of gloves, treats, and creatures. We also had a great time taking photos with Christmas props. We also got a wonderful card from our nurse friend who no longer works there. She turned our picture into a Christmas picture and it is so cute! We were also blessed to bring in checks worth $500 for cancer patients that are behind on their payments. Thank you everyone for supporting us through the year and making everything we do possible. We tagged some people who helped make this year possible with all their love and support. Thank you for helping us bring love and comfort all year to those who need it!

Texas Oncology Holidays 11/22/2017

Today we had an awesome morning. We brought lots of pillows, creatures and cozy gloves for the patients at Texas Oncology to give them comfort. The trip was very special because our mom had treatment during this time of year. The treatment made her not be able to taste, smell, or eat. I remember she was in a lot of pain. We know how hard it is for everyone getting treatment. It must be extra hard during Thanksgiving and all the holidays. What was super awesome was we saw two girls who remembered us from our last visit. They came and gave us big hugs. One girl said we came on her very first treatment and today was her last treatment. She was so super sweet. She showed us pictures of us she took last time because she saved them. That made us so happy. We also gave everyone Star Wars lollipops and they loved them. Our hearts know how much pain all cancer patients must be in and we love them and hope they get some happiness and peace.

Give the gift of gloves 11/12/2017

This Thanksgiving and Christmas season we are going to give gloves with every pillow creature we make. We know how cold it can get and wanted to bring extra comfort and love to everyone fighting cancer this time of year. All the gloves we made have symbols of love and hope that we put on them. We hope these gloves will keep cancer patients warm and toasty during the cold months to come.