The people who do survive - when they get that last treatment - they begin seeing the light.
It`s surprising the number of them who say, `No, it`s not real sex,` ... But I`m also pleasantly surprised by the number who have not experienced any form of real sex.
I hope that students were really excited about what happened today ... I hope that when they go back to campus they don`t just keep the experience to themselves, but that they share it with their friends ... take it back to their organizations ... and get involved.
She has put her heart and soul into this event. Her leadership has been a guiding light to all of us.
She is so considerate of others.She always makes sure everyone else is taken care of first.
I think her healing was prayer. She is one of God`s miracles.
It`s so wonderful to live in a community like Chilton County where everyone comes out and supports this. This is very unique. We have many Relays in the state, and we`re very fortunate here in Chilton County that we have two cancer survivors who are being presented with $1000 college scholarships.
It would be no Christmas. It`s really hard out here these days for families with children trying to have a nice holiday, so I think it`s an advantage to us.
I talked to a lot of women who were pregnant. I went to Lamaze class and learned how to do the breathing.