My cousin's little girl, Cami, has Acute B Cell Lymphocytic Leukemia. She's only four. My cousin's dad (my uncle) died of cancer a few years back and now Cami, who was perfectly healthy and happy just a couple months ago, is undergoing all sorts of treatments that have rendered her listless and frustrated and puffed up with steriods to the point that it's hard to smile.
It's not fair. Cancer sucks.
But my cousins have been the most amazing examples of resilliance - first with losing their amazing dad so suddenly and now with rallying around their sweet little daughter and niece.
A couple weeks ago, sweet Cami kissed all her hair goodbye - it was falling out in chunks and just wasn't working out. Her family and lots of kind friends decided to make a party out of the occasion.
A lot of things about life just aren't fair. But we can make good things out of bad things.
Check out the beautiful photos taken of the event here: