Hello Everyone it's Melissa Endl. The daughter of David and Barb Endl. This last year I moved to Fort Atkinson Wisconsin. I work at Blackhawk Senior Living. I work in activities and its a perfect job for me. I really like it alot.
This year my story is going to be in memory of my aunt. My aunt Ethel died this year on May 20th. She died of cancer and she motivated me to do my letter again this year. My aunt was just amazing and always has been. Ten days before she died she wrote me out a check for Tomorrow's Hope as she was planning what she wanted to do before she died. Out of all the things she wanted to do, she wanted to make sure that I got some money from her for Tomorrow's Hope. She was pretty sick when she did it. If that doesn't tell you something what does? She meant a lot to me and obviously I met a lot to her too.
You know someone asked me why I do funding and why its important to me. I actually have to say that its people like my aunt that inspires me to keep on fundraising. It's remembering those that meant a lot to me and those that are survivors and what they do to fight to stay alive. Everyone talks about what a winner really is. In my eyes survivors are deffinately winners. They do everything they can to stay alive and stay active and live life a day at a time in severe pain. In my eyes that is a true winner.
With me being able to fundraise for Tomorrow's Hope is a true blessing to me. I love how the money stays local.
I hope you can help me by making a donation to Tomorrow's Hope on line or send it to me for the people I love and the people that mean alot to you too.