Yes, once again I’m going to bring to my readers’ attention the story of a young kid battling the disease I despise. Before, I told you about Mathew Blacketter, and his brave battle, and eventual loss. I know this has nothing to do with real estate, but it has to do with the communities in which we live.
Two other youngsters in the Tri-Cities are fighting rare cancers. Aidan Zaugg, and Cooper Larson. Cooper’s parents had an opportunity to continue treatments, but they decided they’d rather he live the last portion of his life completely free of the devastating side effects he could have endured.
Back in November, hope still held sway, and fund raisers and support were rampant.
On Friday, the Make-a-Wish Foundation came through with a great day for Cooper – he hung out with some Mariners (of the baseball variety).
I know that when we’re up against impossible situations, sometimes miracles squeeze through. Sometimes they don’t, of course, but prayer always helps. Probably because it at least feels as of we’re doing something productive. Offer up a few prayers when you read this, please. They can’t hurt and they often help.