But, they are the right words... and I wanted to share them on Dexter's page.
This was taken from Talia Castellano's facebook page and I am not sure who wrote it. It's a shout out to the mothers of children with cancer, on Mothers' Day.
Talia is a 13 year old girl, who has lived with cancer for seven years. She is currently fighting two cancers. She's a make-up artist and a clothes designer. She's an inspiration.
Here's the link to Talia's facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/angelsfortalia?fref=ts
and her webpage: (From her webpage, you can find her twitter and you tube pages.)
We want to wish every Mother a very special Mother's Day today. We especially want to honor Talia's Mom, Desiree. Desiree is a very special Mother. She has raised two independent, confident, strong and beautiful young ladies through more adversity that many of us can even begin to comprehend. Her unconditional love and support never waivers and her girls are a testament to that. In addition to her strength and courage, she has had to face the horrible world of childhood cancer.
The Mother's that have unwillingly been inducted into this club face this monster head on. They sit by their baby's sides day in and day out and watch them get poked, cut, radiated, poisoned and they can do nothing more than wipe the tears away, hold the soft hands, hug their babies close and pray every minute that they, themselves could take this disease and all of it's pain away.
These brave Mothers live on little sleep and spend countless hours in small, cramped hospital rooms sleeping on cots and chairs, with the stress of seeing their babies go through this disease, slowly wearing them down and appearing in their desperate eyes and faces. When their little ones finally sleep, they are searching, asking, working on trying to find help from any source, from any person or place that offers the tiniest shred of hope.
These Mother's have to also deal with the life around them going on without them being able to be present. Husbands and siblings left back at home without their Mother being able to do anything but hear about what's happening over the phone, while only being half awake. They have to put the frustration and sadness of these family members who feel left behind in second position while the guilt of this builds daily in these Mother's minds.
These Mothers... These warriors deserve a very special wish of happiness on this Mother's Day and we want them to know how incredible they are. Happy Mother's Day Cancer Warriors, we are with you in prayer and thought and hope you get that news you need today to help you to continue strong on your journey!
Stay strong, Talia.