My Son Jason who is away at college shared this web site with me. After reading Cameron’s story Cameron became an inspiration to me in my life and at work.I work for a large school district in Greeley Colorado and get to meet new people just about every day. I enjoy helping others when I can. Most recently I purchased a small gift to share with other co-workers. Money always seems tight, but on this day I felt like sharing.At the end of the week I felt so blessed. I know it is because of Cameron’s 7 acts of kindness, compassion, love and forgiveness that I felt this way. I try to encourage others around me to do the same thing.The Superintendant of our district sent out a letter stating; I know a number of employees who are fighting serious illness; whose family members are fighting serious illnesses; who have lost loved ones; who have serious personal crises in their lives. If you are one of these employees reading this, please know that you are in my thoughts and my heart.WOW how awsome is that for her to share that with us.
Wow, your story brings tears to my eyes.
I’m always curious about the details – did your son know Cameron? Like an unquenchable thirst , I can’t hear enough stories about Cameron and the people who knew him. Regardless, I’m so glad Jason shared Cameron’s web site with you and that it made a difference, that you then made a difference in other’s lives, I’m sure. I hope you continue the ripple as you have been and perhaps even share the happening with your students. Your Superintendant’s compassion is remarkable and I’m glad you shared her words with us. Please come back and let us know if more happens.
Thanks for sharing your story, Gilbert, we appreciate hearing from you. -Shelley
Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 21:51:33