Mrs. Sergeant here and I have to say this weekend has began full of emotions. While here in Shreveport I befriended a group of amazing women. Each lady is quirky, yet amazing in her own right. I have a woman who stuck to me and has been near and dear to my heart.
Her name is Danielle Beaubouef. She is 25. She has a beautiful son named London and a uber amazing husband named Brian. She truly is an angel here on earth and from the moment we exchanged hello's I knew I would love her. However besides loving her, she has completely impacted my life in ways unimaginable.
Danielle is in a fight for her life. She has cancer, and at 25 a young mom, with a young child, fighting for her life. Literally.
I don't know if anyone expected the chemo to take the toll it has on her poor fragile body, but it has. :-( I'm in pain, my good friend is hurting and all I want to do is make her feel better and take her pain away. I feel completely helpless. She is absolutely adorable, and probably one of the nicest, most sweetest human beings I know and it hurts me to my very core to see her going through such pain.
Please pray for my friend. She needs every prayer right now she can get. Please! Can you imagine not spending mother's day with your child. This is her reality. I don't care what you believe in, just send positive vibes, and definitely prayers up for my friend. Myself and her family want her to beat this more than anything. I can't imagine life without my Danielle and that's saying alot. As a military wife I don't get attached to anything, but Dani broke down all my walls. I love her so much. :-( My friend is hurting, I'm so sorry to be this way.
Please pray for my friend, and if you're up to it donate to her cause, I don't expect my BF's to do anything but pray or whatever you do. It would be extra awesome if you all donated to the her care. No obligation AT ALL. Promise me prayers are enough.
Here is her site, please visit, just to leave encouragement. People read that to her and she loves hearing positive encouragement. http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/daniellebeaubouef