I realize this may be an odd topic to add, but I have been a member of other DS groups (miscarriage,pregnancy,breastfeeding) and have found the site to be full of good people. My grandparents and in-laws both struggled with cancer and I learned that one of the best treatments was through friendship and love. My DH, kids, and I are looking to provide emotional support to someone going through their life with cancer. I have contacted a few hospitals, but because of criminals they are reluctant and I understand completely. I know none of you know me, please feel free to ask questions. If you have a loved one that would really benefit from receiving letters and small gifts weekly please let me know! It doesn't matter age, gender, race etc. of course. Just let us know. We would love to be your child's, friend's, parent's etc. "secret pal." Like I said, I know this sounds odd and I am sorry it does, but please let us help somehow. We really want to let the legacy of my grandparents and in-laws live on!
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