Christine, I truly believe you should look into therapy training for your two. I can see you now visiting nursing homes and hospitals.....it would be absolutely..........necessary.....!!!!! :wub::thumbsup:
Thank you all for your sweet comments. And you are so right, what an incredible woman. Two years of chemo, and not once did she ever complain, or say she didn't feel good. Believe it or not, she is 60, how awesome does she look and she is even more beautiful inside.Wow, what an incredible woman! Your Mia and Leo are adorable.
Yes, i agree he would be a great therapy dog! What touching pictures, give Leo a kiss from me!!And what they bring out in people and how they make them feel :wub:
This is my wonderful neighbor who we rarely see. She is an amazing lady, a breast cancer survior, was on chemo for two years, and is doing wonderfully.
She came for a visit...and this is how my kids greeted her:
Oh this is so my Mia, sweet baby girl, she just puts you in a place of calm, and just shares her graceful sweetness.
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And um, this is what Leo brings out in you, the moment you meet him
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Then he has a little conversation with you and tells you how beautiful you are :wub:
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And then magically, you just fall in love :wub:
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Bless all of them and am so grateful to have them all in my life.