A Post From Emma’s Mom
What can I say 2019?! I wish I could have skipped over you. This time last year I was totally oblivious to childhood cancer and the knowledge of DIPG. There is an emptiness and I’m missing Emma so deeply. 💔 I’m ending 2019 slightly broken.
Yet, I have NEVER in my life felt so loved by so many amazing people who lifted us up in such darkness and continue to be here for us. My circle of loved ones has grown exponentially this year! 🥰
We plan to let Emma’s legacy shine bright through her foundation. She would be so proud of all the animals she’s been able to help already.
I learned many lessons about myself in 2019. Love was my driving force while Emma was here with us and continues to motivate me. She gave me such strength! I learned to be an advocate for my kids especially when my heart was guiding me. She taught me to seize the moment.
So 2020 I enter this decade with a goal to use what has scarred me to rise above, let Emma be our purpose, and bring on success!