So, some things’re just bigger than we are. We can either take notice and look outside ourselves and our worlds and what we perceive as life-ending situations to others’ life-ending situations to help, or we can continue along wrapped up in our own little worlds, oblivious to others…otherwise known as “ignorance is bliss.”
This is one of those situations.
Yeah, I’ve asked for donations and asked if you guys wanted to buy a shirt or a cap to help with costs for the site, but this is bigger than the site, bigger than me.
I saw Angela Trimbur last year in the film Final Girls, based on the term used in horror movies for the last girl, standing. It’s a self-aware movie, so you either like it or you don’t since it’s kind of tongue-in-cheek. It’s a fun movie, but far from a classic. Still, when I saw this article on Bloody Disgusting, I remembered it.
We think of actors and actresses having it made when they have a project hit, but that’s not always the case when something happens medically. Yeah, a stint in the hospital’s nothing, I’ve done it, but cancer’s an ongoing process of visits and maybe stays. In the process, life doesn’t stop, bills need to be paid.
If you can contribute whatever, go here. If not, drop her a line of encouragement. I’ve heard even words heal.
Be good to each other.