They even babysat for me

After I started radiation at one time I didn't have anyone to keep my kids. I care for special need kids and here I had three kids, you know, and its the day taking them to the person that's supposed to keep them, and I was like so upset because I'm always there for everybody else and I need this, you know. And this is the first time in my life that I've ever had any kind of surgery or anything, and its like nobody's here for me. So I just went over and told them and they said well just bring them in. That's no problem. You have to come in. This is very important. They even baby-sat for me, they did, and I felt really good. Because at that point, that was one of my worst moments. It was even worse than finding out that I had cancer that particular day.

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