Coping with DIPG- Just what I needed

We received the kindest letter in the mail today along with a little present for Ava.  I must say it was just what I needed.  It read " memory was stirred to the feelings of isolation and loneliness that came with fighting cancer; how much it meant that people hadn't stopped praying, hadn't stopped believing, hadn't forgotten...mattered more than anything-some days it was the sustaining factor to push forward..."  Lately this is exactly how I've been feeling.  The journey really is a hard and sometimes lonely one.  When your heart constantly aches it does help to know that others are still there for us.  They are still thinking, praying and reaching out to let us know they care.

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