Probably the hardest part about this disease is watching someone you love so much go through so many physical changes associated with radiation and chemo. Even so, Macey has retained her glowing beauty and doesn't realize sometimes just how perfect she is in any state. We love her so much and I can't express to you how hard it is to tell a 20 year old female, that no matter what she is beautiful and expect her to believe you when she has gone through so much. When you are in Macey's shoes, the idea that you have lost most of your hair, are dealing with weakness that effects your ability to walk and slight speech issues caused by the neurological effects of the tumor and probably the radiation, is more difficult to deal with than I'm sure any of us could imagine. Young ladies have that natural, inherent vanity thing that really takes hold when you are so used to being at the top of your game. I'm speaking for Macey here but hey, I thinks she is stunningly beautiful and I know it's been difficult for her to deal with the after effects of the radiation. But just as a reminder, I wanted to post a couple pics of Macey just to remind everyone how ridiculously beautiful she is.
Also, thank you Brock for putting her Miracle Moo sticker on the back of your motorcycle helmet. That seriously kicks butt!
Our Beautiful Macey Moo
Macey and her friend Alex
(Macey on the right)
Brock's Helmet proudly displaying the
Miracle Moo sticker