I’ve only met her once.


She’s a daughter.

She’s a wife.

She’s a mother.

She’s a friend to many of my friends.

When I’m cleaning my home.

All I can think of is that she has cancer.

When I’m making my family dinner.

All I can think of is that she has cancer.

When I’m playing with my daughter, who is the same age as hers.

It keeps playing in my mind that she has cancer.

I can’t possibly imagine as to what she’s going through.

I don’t know her.

I wish I could help more.

A few of her friends (that like I said above, are mine too) have gotten together to help ease some of the financial burden. So, I’d like to direct you to some of their posts:

Emily Berry & Jenny Rapson, Mommin It Up
Susie Thomas, Here Only
Andrea Deckard, Savings Lifestyle
Cortney Loyd, Evan Has Landed
Maria Woodall, The BMC Report
Tricia Callahan, Once A Month Mom
Celia Emmons, West Ana Will Go

Please visit them.

Or below, you can click through to the Paypal account.

Give if you can.

Pray if you can.

Because I would do it for you.

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