I am thankful for many things–especially that I am doing better in this journey and still am able to work and help others at work even though the ways have changed. I am thankful that I work with children and they inspire me always to look for joy in life, to live fully each day, and to take what comes and make the best of it. Working with children with cancer shows one each day the kindness of others, the strength of love, and the power of hope.
I also would like to say thanks for these.
The taste of pears.
The smell of tea roses.
The touch of people who care.
The sound of Christmas music (early this year).
The sight of a how a smile lights up the face of a child.