“Find a way to spread a little hope.” Today was a day I will never forget. This morning we headed out the to the Farmers Market. We found lots of food, even gluten free muffins, antiques, fresh vegetables, and lots jewelry. But one piece of jewelry stood out to me. It was a spoon bracelet with the word “Hope” written between the bands. That word, hope, has pulled me through every battle, fear, and joy I had this summer. Hope was the center of it all. Hope that I would get answers. Hope that God would heal my body to stop a transplant. Hope that I could stomp fear out of my heart. And when I went to buy the bracelet, the guy asked me “why the hope one?” I told him that hope got me through my hardest summer ever. He then told me to take the bracelet. No charge. For his wife made the hope bracelets and that she has been fighting cancer this summer. The Hope bracelets were part of her missionary and he wanted me to have one for free. His story touched my heart. I can’t imagine what him and his wife have been through. Could never imagine hearing the words “you have cancer.” But seeing his positivity and hearing the love for his wife in his voice made me believe that they have so much hope in their lives. And the fact that I got have and see some of their hope, made me feel so blessed. Today will be a memory I will cherish forever. Zanna and I had an amazing time with the besties buying food, candy, shopping, and of course eating pizza. But our favorite memory was getting to be a part of spreading hope. Remember my spoonies, a little bit of hope goes a long way. So never give up hope. Keep fighting. Keep breathing. Keep hoping. Swipe to see bracelet.
I was trying to capture this raven when he was standing on the tree and making some loud noise, but it kinda turn out in a good way
| Colin street in Sydney, Australia 2018
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How nice that Australian people can just lay on the grass and leave everything behind their mind...now I finally know why one of my Australian friends keep saying “relax, relax, be relax” to everything in everywhere
| Sydney, Australia 2018