When cancer strikes, sometimes where you shop is the last thing on your list.
But for one Warner Robins woman it's a place she finds comfort. 13WMAZ's Jennifer Moulliet tagged along with Cynthia Kennedy to find out where she finds her gear to fight back.
Cynthia Kennedy says she's fighting like a girl. "I'm going through chemo right now, I have breast cancer stage four," explains Kennedy.
It's a battle she says that led her to Color Me Pink, a shop, owner Judy Mason says is for women battling or who have battled cancer. "It's just a ministry to me, we had done a bible study if you want to walk on water you have to get out of the boat," says Mason.
Five years later, her shop off Margie Drive in Warner Robins, caters to women like Kennedy.
"They have a lot of jewelry. They have bras and prosthetics. They have some wonderful wig selections. They even have some lingerie for women that are going through this," says Kennedy.
But Color me Pink offers more than just gifts. They have monthly support groups, crocheting get-togethers, and a free makeover for women going through treatment.
"Judy always asks 'How you're doing? What's the latest?' They go above and beyond, you just don't find that everyday," says Kennedy.
She says they even offered her dinner. "That was one of the first things when I met her. You need a casserole. You need something to eat. You know we have a freezer full. Come on by anytime if you don't feel like cooking, we'll give it to you," explains Kennedy.
She says when she was first diagnosed it was a shot in the dark to find what she needed, that was until she stepped into Mason's store.
"I will even take my hat off and wig off or whatever because she has a little curtained off area, dressing room, so you can feel totally comfortable." says Kennedy.
Mason says, "That's why we're put here to help one another."
"She really does care. Some people offer to help, and it just goes by the wayside. But she's not like that. She's always there," says Kennedy.
And for women like Kennedy, they're glad Mason decided to get out of the boat.
Owner Judy Mason also started Georgia Cancer Friends, a foundation aimed at helping financially strapped cancer patients pay their bills.
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