I will never be able to look back and say it was not for lack of trying. I have faltered, I am not this strong person people see all the time, but….
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I have tried to be positive but it just seemed since December it was bad news after bad news. This last MRI I prepared myself for the worst. We had even talked about taking Aiden off the Chemo if it once again showed it was not working. Seeing the strain the chemo puts on his body has been so heartbreaking, every round just getting harder and harder to see him go through. I have been so focused on creating the best experiences for the boys and memories, living life to the fullest with the time we have.
Rows of faces, mothers, fathers, babies, children, teens. Walking through the halls, Going here and going there. In the waiting rooms, Sitting on plastic covered chairs. Doctors, patients, families, visitors. To appointments and scans and clinics and more. Adverted eyes, unspoken words, understanding smiles. This place. This place full of the best help but feelings […]
I am finally sitting at my computer ready to write, but for some reason words do not come as easy. I look at my last post thinking it might kick this writers block but it only makes it harder as I realize I have not posted anything in a month; the last post: the ringing […]
Written by: Nina Wolstenholme EVENT DATE: December 10th, 2016 3 months ago Rebecca Keffer came to my house and asked if I wanted to help plan a benefit event. I never thought that it would turn into the First Annual Almonte Pediatric Cancer Awareness Benefit with this years proceeds going to help Aiden Fortherby-Verk and his […]