This means a lot to me because I get to make the days of children who are stuck in hospitals, children who have cancer, children who are terminally ill, and children who are under intensive home-care. When I was in the second grade, I had a tumor removed from my spine, but it was only benign, thank God. I may not know how it feels to go under chemo or be in a hospital for months at a time, but I do know how scary it is to be surrounded by doctors, undergoing surgery, and going through the horrible recovery process. Being only in the second grade, I was scared out of my mind and I can only imagine how much worse it is for these children that we go on visits for. "Brave, Strong, and Fearless" is our motto and I hold that dear to my heart because I want to make sure that these children will be '