About 6 years ago my mom was an active woman in the community helping situate broken homes and working with children in foster care. On her spare time she attended the U.W Madison double majoring in woman studies and law. I can honestly say she is the hardest working person I have ever been able to to witness. Her love for her family and friends is one not of this world. The first bump in the road came in the beginning 2006 where she was diagnosed with niro sarcoidosis I watched her still lead by example and continue to work and complete classes. For the past years she has been fighting this decease and as of last year 2014 the doctors said that niro sarcoidosis was finally in a frozen state and that the spread had stopped. 2 weeks ago going in for a checkup they found Breast Cancer. Although I am lost for words of what you'd tell someone that has fought the fight she already has but then gets this kind of victory news.
She is an amazing person I would love to tell her that the good people of the world want a good people here, and we are here to help you fight this battle as well. I look around my current situation and how great my life is today and I know I am very lucky to have her as a mother. At most my goal is to help her not have to worry about any expenses through this stressful process. I don’t have a limit set on the donations because they are all appreciated and a Blessing.