Death is the mystery.
Life is the stand alone, surrounded by faces and arms of precious grace.
Marveling at the compassion and central source of humanity, I feel something beautiful.
Without Pam, I would not have known about Chemo Angels. Without Pam I would have never signed up to be a giver of smiles, a taker of hope and a sender of compassion.
Every week, I send packages of smiles to a darling little girl named Alicia. She is two years old as of January and for a present of life, she received a brain tumor that is labeled Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma. She like Pam, continues to smile in all of her pictures and shows us what it's like to battle for a given life. She simply knows me as Angel Rebecca and the giver of weekly surprises. I like it that way.
Without Pam I would not have known what it was like to place such hope on words and pictures. Without her journal, I must admit, I may never have understood....... I fear for Alicia, and I cheered for Pam. I cheer for Alicia and thank Pam for showing us the way to selfless compassion and hope. I feel something beautiful.
I read how often Pam mentioned her Chemo Angels, and the many others who sent her hope and surprise, compassion and delights in her mailbox. The picture of her with arms extended around a mountain of hope is beautiful.
If you have the means, remember what a card in the mail did for Pam and visit the site of Chemo Angels and sign up to be an Angel of hope and precious snail mail giver of encouragement..............do it to help another, do it to honor Pam.......
Welcome to Chemo Angels
I thank You Pam, I witnessed, in you, beautiful.
Please visit Pauls journal today. His photo entry of Pams milestones and smile is a testament to the woman we all came to care and hope for. http://journals.aol.ca/plittle/AuroraWalkingVacation/entries/1932
We will remember, we will miss, Beautiful..........
and I think, there are no accidental gardens...........