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A Message That Sonny’s Mother Asked Us to Share

One year ago today at this very hour I went to sleep full of hope for a miracle. 5 hours past a year ago I started a journey to Georgia to start the absolute worst two weeks any parent could imagine. I don’t say this for pity but to inspire you to hug your loved ones. Be patient with your moody child. Be kind to those who are unkind to you. It changes in an instant. I don’t say this for sympathy, but to show you that blood cancer has a face and a story. I don’t say this because I want attention, but to rally support and to advocate. This time last year I knew what leukemia was capable of, but I swore and believed it would NOT take MY daughter. That is how I handled it with her; a bump in the road. A glitch. An experience that would change trajectory but not ever her purpose. These next two weeks I just may not be myself, but I will try to honor my last promises to her. Would you all do something for me? Would you pray for me? Would you pray for those who have passed, for those who fight and those who love them? Will you join me in advocating for research so that not one more mother/father/friend/relative has to watch their loved one slip away? Will you continue to spread love and sunshine with me? Will you honor their battle with me? For the next two weeks I will share ways to help celebrate Sonny and help others at the same time!! #letsdothis #advocate #donate #itspersonal #joinus #endchildhoodcancer #lightthenight #Leukemiaawareness #endbloodcancer #lymphomaawareness #sunflowers #spreadsunshine #teamsonnyssunshine #donatebonemarrow #donateblood #donateplatelets #givelife 

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