My Granddaughter’s Gift
Melinda Garcia treasures the pen and ink drawing her granddaughter made for her while she was receiving chemotherapy for triple-negative breast cancer.
Triple-negative breast cancer survivor
While I was receiving treatment for triple-negative breast cancer, my granddaughter, Ava, was drawing by my side. She gave me this beautiful picture she drew for me. I have since made it into notecards I send to friends. I love it, and I love her.
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Last modified: March 10, 2022