Little Tuesday


I thought of posting something amusing today because Saturday seems to be my favourite day of the week because I can stay in my pajamas all day long and drink coffee and Bailey's and ignore the world around me.

But I came upon this, and I am so glad I did, and yet so very sad.

Little Tuesday Whitt. Stage 4 Neuroblastoma. Such sadness this life brings us, and I cannot, for the life of me, figure out why. And it again reminds me of how extremely lucky we have been with our "Dennis", that this terrible beast has not taken him away from us. What would we do without him, and his smile, his laugh, his happiness, his joy, his "boyness". And I feel so guilty that we have been "chosen" to be one of the fortunate ones who gets to keep their child. I will forever be asking "why?", but I know the answer: no one knows. There is no rhyme or reason. It just is. And that is one of the hardest things to deal with day to day.

I will forever think of little Tuesday every Tuesday from now on, and send little kisses and hugs to her. Please go hug your children right now, and tell them you love them.



Comments

Eudea-Mamia said…
My thoughts went to you when I read of her passing.

I hate cancer.
♥georgie♥ said…
such a sad story...

I too Hate Cancer
~*Jobthingy*~ said…
i think we all hate cancer. :(
It is heartbreaking how fragile life can be.
momgen said…
Cancer is really cruel. Sorry for that. Thanks for coming by my site and commenting.
Casdok said…
Very sad.

Pjs coffee and Bailey's and ignore the world. Sounds wonderful!
blueviolet said…
That was a beautiful tribute. It's been heartbreaking to read along with Tuesday's story at their blog.
You're so sweet to post about Tuesday today. Her story touched us all~it will be something we all think about every Tuesday from now on.
♥ Lilly
Midwest Mommy said…
I have been following dear sweet Tuesday for a while now...my heart is just broken for her family.
Megryansmom said…
How terribly heartbreaking.
nikkicrumpet said…
It is such an ugly horrific disease. I'm so sorry for any family who has to take on this battle. And my heart goes out to Tuesday's sweet family.
Kristen Andrews said…
so sad, cancer stinks and is just so cruel.

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