Childhood Cancer

Frank Somerville KTVUN· “I can’t stop crying.”

Courtney Thomas posted this.

It’s gone viral.

And when you read what she wrote and look closely at the picture you’re understand why.

Here’s the rest of her post:

If anyone thought there was no hope in our kids and teens you’re wrong.

The SOLE purpose of us putting this sign in our yard today was so kids wouldn’t run to our door and be disappointed (our neighborhood usually gets 300-400 kids).

I looked on our doorbell camera tonight and saw that kids had been stopping at the sign.

We then went outside and found this

The picture doesn’t do it justice, it’s a LOT (of candy).

Seriously… If the parents of anyone who did this sees this, PLEASE tell them how much it means to us and our kiddos.

On the best candy night of the year kids freely and generously shared with strangers and showed so much love and kindness. So amazing

Childhood cancer is something we wish no family ever had to endure, but there is so much love, hope, and support!

—-Courtney Thomas

I hate cancer.

I wish cancer would get cancer and die!

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