Hi mom. Thank you. I lobe you. Bye. I'll see you and dad at the game
Get down here and grab your lunch!
That was in! That ref has a bad eye!
You got this baby!
Baron’s kind of bone cancer is found usually at the end of a long bone and is rare in most cases and actually occurs in males more than females. Also this cancer is found more in people under the age of 25 so seeing this at such a young age is not as surprising. The test results from the CT scan, MRI, X-ray, pet scan, biopsy, and bone scan are all in and they say that her stage of osteosarcoma is in stage 3 and has spread to other parts of the body.
That's what life would've been like now if she was still here
No. I think we need to talk about her. And more than just where she would be now.
I agree. I still have a lot I want to... Not want but need to say.
I know today’s hard because it’s been 6 years since her passing. If y’all want to cut this session short that is perfectly fine.