to Health Insurance for College Students".
She was an excellent student teacher and any
district that hired her would be lucky. She
is full of life, has so much to give, has such
a positive attitude, and has the will and determination
that most wish they had. She inspired and made
a difference to her students.
In June 2005 we found out her cancer is still
active. Due to high toxicity levels and severe
reactions to chemo, she can no longer have chemo.
She will begin weekly treatments of a single
drug that would have a better response if she
could have it with chemo.
However, as parents we know the reality, we
will outlive our daughter. Can you imagine? She
has stage four cancer and we know the five year
statistics. We know how hard it is to see our
beautiful daughter and know everyday she may
not live the long life we had always hoped for.
Of course miracles do happen! Our lives and
lives of other she has come in contact with
have changed for the better.
We have been dealing with this for over 1 1/2
years. This is every parent's worse nightmare.
We hope and pray that Michelle can beat the
odds and someday make a difference in the classroom,
but the odds are against her. Allow her to make
a bigger difference to the families in NH and
close this gap. It would be nice to know that
if she did not beat the odds she did not die