It's time once again for Mama Kat's Weekly Homework Assignment! This week is a very special week ... a week of hope and/or prayer ... you'll get the idea from the prompt I chose: Anissa is putting up the fight of her life right now. She's fighting to respond. She's fighting to get better. She's fighting to swallow. She's fighting to go home. Her husband updates us frequently on a blog Anissa used when their daughter Peyton was fighting cancer. Write a poem about a fight you or someone you love has struggled to win.
We had just graduated 8th grade ... On to high school, we had it made! Then came the night of our graduation dance. Talk to a cute girl, this may be your final chance!
I looked for my good friend Brian ... Never realizing he was close to dying. He went to the hospital complaining of a stomach pain. We never thought it was serious, deep in our brain.
Liver cancer is what he had. It was an understatement to say that we were sad. Sick, mad, angry, and scared. These were just some of the feelings, because for him, I cared.
One transplant, two transplants, and then number three. Brian hung in there ... his goal was to be free. He eventually lost the fight for his life. He showed incredible bravery in his strife.
He was far too healthy, too good, to leave us so soon. I often times think about him when I stare at the moon (true, by the way). He taught us a lesson at a very young age. Don't take life for granted - the end you can never gauge.
I've got two words for ya - Sar-casm. If you aren't hip with that, you probably should just click to the next blog. I blog about my daily life, current hot topics, stupid conversations, or just about anything that is on my mind.