RIP, Kaitlin Pham. You didn’t deserve to go through any of this. You were so young and had so much to accomplish. You were the definition of beautiful and you still are. You amazed me by how incredibly strong you were throughout your journey, and you weren’t even afraid of death. I don’t understand why it’s okay for God to take you away from this world. But I’ll see you one day. Save a spot for me up there, little cousin.
what happened in the sunday school class i taught today:
boy #1: why the easter bunny? why the bunny?!
boy #2: because God likes furry bunnies!!
boy #3: WHY ARE THERE EGGS. bunnies don’t lay eggs!
girl #1: YES THEY DO!
^ gotta love 4th graders.
Pray for my cousin, Kaitlin Pham. She lives in CA and she’s been diagnosed with leukemia.. (I don’t know which type) for a year now and she’s just been transferred over to ICU. Things aren’t looking really good for her now, and she’s just a young girl but the past few years she’s been in and out of the hospital. It makes me sad because when I was her age, I was always out with friends going shopping, going to the movies, just doing unproductive things but she can’t even experience any of that at all. Her life has been consisting of going to chemotherapy and just sitting inside and outside of the hospital hoping for a cure. I’ve only met her a couple of times in my life but she’s my family, and I just wish I could be there over in CA with her right now.
Stay strong Kaitlin, love you more than forever and wish I could be there with you right now.