Monday, September 20, 2010
Sometimes, life hands you lemons. And most people would say, well, then make some lemonade! Sometimes, life hands you bad lemons and after a while, the lemonade isn't so good any more.
I recently learned of a little boy living in FL. He was a little baby that was born earlier this year and recently was diagnosed with A.L.L... Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. This especially touched me as little boy in my life also has this type of cancer. It broke my heart to read about what was happening to him and how his parents were coping. Within two days of "meeting" this little baby, he died. I sat at my computer and cried.
I. sat. and. cried.
I have lost loved ones to cancer. I held my Grandma's hand as she left this world for a better one...and one thing I have learned is this: Cancer is an ugly, ugly disease. It does not discriminate.
Can you think of my special someone and the little baby, Mason?
And each day, be sure to tell those close to you how much they mean. Some think saying "I love you" is over used...I disagree. You can never give or receive too many hugs and kisses.
PS... love you, chalupa.