My mom had ovarian cancer. I searched for ways to be close to her even though I lived far.
Amy King

This story is about me. Thank you my sweet daughter. It made me laugh and cry thinking about the last year. I value everyone who has been in my life caring for me from my immediate family, extended family to the medical staff at University Hospital. I also thank God every day for my healing and for strategically placing the people in my life that I needed through this journey.I respect my husband more than he could possibly know.The love that I felt from my kids still warms me inside. I am filled with gratitude and love and am very happy to be annoying my children again with my requests to inform me of their travel itineraries! If you are going through something like this, pray, ask for help and stay positive and then pray some more.

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