I love flash mobs. They bring surprise, joy and happiness to the recipients, but also bring a sense of giving to the participants. Here is one of the best I’ve seen in quite a while. It was a celebration of life in honor of this terminally ill woman.
In October of 2012, a mother named Amy was diagnosed with stage 3C metastatic ovarian cancer. The diagnosis was a terrible one, but after surgery, 4 months of chemo and lots of struggling, it looked like things were beginning to look up.
Her cancer was in remission for only a year before she and her family received awful news. It was back, only this time it was resistant to traditional treatment. That means her cancer will ultimately be terminal.
No one knows how much time they will have left with their darling mother, wife, sister, daughter and friend… but they’re going to make the most of it.
To celebrate their love for Amy…
More than a few people decided to put together an amazing surprise.
To see the amazing surprise they had in store for Amy, watch the video below!
Life can be cruel and unfair, but at least the…
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Every once in a while, I receive an email with (I believe) great photos or videos. My “people” know I am an animal lover, and there are some email content that really “grab” me. I hope it does the same for you:
Would you believe? Well, it’s so much better than what is going on in the rest of the Good Ol’ USA!
I’m really not complaining. I don’t do much of that, thank heavens.
I love when the day’s happenings are kind of “impromptu,” don’t you? That’s what happened today.
I knew I had to get more litter for my “babies,” and it was getting real close to lunchtime. A change of scenery is also most welcomed. I called (guess who?) sis again, and, as she was available, we went on our merry way!
First stop was to Petsmart, of course.
Litter (and some extra food) was loaded into car and next stop: PIZZA!
Our favorite Italian restaurant, of course. And we talked and talked and laughed and laughed. That’s what sisters do, right?
The moral of this short story is: if you have the fortune to have a sister whom you love, and loves you back, spend as much time as you can, enjoying each other!