Honored Kid

Rachel S

Rachel S Kid Photo


Newport News, VA, US


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

February 1981



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My Story

Rachel was outgoing and friendly and a very happy child, she never met a stranger, everyone was her friend and she enjoyed telling people about herself. Rachel loved princesses and wanted to be a princess when she grew up. She also loved "hopebows" (her name for rainbows) she said that they poured down hope from the sky and that anytime you saw one it meant that something good was going to happen.

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