The reason that this hits so close to home is because my husband's mother passed away from this exact cancer many years ago, only 6 months after being diagnosed. Quinn was just three years old, the youngest of ten children. As a wife and mother I can't imagine the struggle and heartache she went through battling this cancer knowing she would be leaving her husband and children.
Though I have never met my mother in law, I know she must be a strong, sweet, and amazing woman. She has been such a wonderful example to me and has surely left a legacy within our family. In honor of Debra Raye Goeringer, I wanted to post a link to the website where you can donate to cancer research if you would like.
Just click HERE to donate. Any amount is surely appreciated! This research and education is really the key to finding a cure. Thank you so much for stopping by:)
“Hope” is the thing with feathers -
That perches in the soul -
And sings the tune without the words -
And never stops - at all.
I LOVE this art done in honor of cancer awareness.