Were you posting a song, lg? I didn't get it.
Oh Lynn! I'm so sorry! If you click on the link you are not getting the You Tube video/song??I might have to re-post it.Let me know.I want you to see it.
I see it now. That is a wonderful video and song. My nephew had childhood leukemia - contracted when he was just three years old. I met so many spirited kids at Walter Reed and at the camp for children living with cancer. This song is perfect for them.
Wow. 3 is awfully young. How is he now? We had a young girl, Katie, who was a daughter of my sister's husband's brother, who had the same at about age 11. She underwent treatment and I believe that she went into remission. She is in her early 20's now.
I think Doug is 29 now. (I should know - but he and his sisters and cousins are all within two or three years in age and I can't keep up.) He is just fine - he was one of the lucky ones. He had to have a tube implanted in his chest to make chemo easier and it left a scar. He still won't take his shirt off at the pool - he doesn't like to be reminded about it or talk about it. But for the longest time - he remembered that Aunt Lynn came to see him in the hospital.
'Becoming' isn't a destination---it's a process.