Any help to get this video to go viral would be greatly appreciated. My 8 year old friend, Lauryn, has neuroblastoma (pediatric cancer). She is stuck in the hospital ( Ann Arbor, Mi. USA) while she awaits her bone marrow transplant. We would love it if Robin Roberts could some how see this, & give Lauryn a shout out! Thank you in advance for a re-blog!
Congratulations to Angie Watkins-Goodwin, mom to Lane Goodwin, for being chosen for the 2014 Eagle Rare Life Award by Eagle Rare Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey. Angie has been a great supporter of The Truth 365 and has shared many of our videos. Here is a message that she sent to us on the 4th anniversary of lane’s diagnosis.
"March 4, 2010 our lives changed forever as we sat in the Dr.’s office and was told "your son has cancer". This date will forever be the day that changed our entire family forever. Today March 4, 2014 I am blessed to be able to continue Lane’s wish in the fight against childhood cancer. With tears but determination I am excited to be able to share the news with you today that with all your help we have been chosen for the 2014 Eagle Rare Life Award. As part of the award Thumbs Up For Lane Goodwin Childhood Cancer Foundation will receive $40,000.00 to help continue our mission. I hope you all will share this video and help us spread awareness about this horrible "Monster" that is taking our children."
I just can’t believe he was so close to the finish line and relapsed.
I am angry. I am sad. I am heartbroken that my sweet baby has to go through all this again. I am scared. I hate cancer and I’m telling you right now, that this disease has messed with the wrong Mama Bear.
Meg McElwain had been writing guest blog posts for 6 weeks about her 2-year-old son Mitchell’s battle with Leukemia when he relapsed. (via thetruth365)
"The thing you gotta understand, bud, is the internet hates women."
And I recognize that there’s probably those out there thinking that’s an incredibly broad brush to paint the internet with, but let me put it this way. If you could look into someone’s brain the way that you search the internet, and the internet was a dude, that dude has a problem with women.
And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.
Children with cancer cannot fight alone so we are grateful to have a team of Truth 365 volunteers willing to take a stand. Featured in these Survival Games images are Bella. Bella is on Team Hope in honor of 7-year-old Hope Veazey. Bella is also involved with our Dancers vs. Cancer Campaign that we are developing with the help of the Brad Kaminsky Foundation.