Sunday, November 8, 2009

Christmas Cards for Noah Biorkman

This time of year brings us to Celebrations that bring joy and happiness when we share it with family. I would like to be apart of helping this little boy in getting one last wish...

In my travels on the internet a story of a 5 year old boy has come to my attention. His name is Noah Biorkman, he lives in Michigan. The last 2 1/2 years he has been treated for a cancer called neuroblastoma which his family now believes may take him before Christmas this year.

A request by Noah's family has gone out far and wide...One last request Noah has made is to receive bunches of Christmas cards for what could be his last celebration.

This weekend his family will be sharing Christmas with him because his illness may not allow him to be here later.

If you would like to join in helping give Noah a lot of cards here is an updated address.

Noah Biorkman
C/O Scott Biorkman
3840 Petroskey Way
Milford,MI 48380


Wandering Owl said...

That is very moving what they are doing. I can't even explain how unfair I think situations like this are. Thank you for the address and we'll be sending a card.

CDGardens said...

Wandering Owl - It is fantastic what the parents are trying to accomplish for this little tyke.

Cancer and other illnesses aren't fair - to have one so young taken by them is hard.

I am glad you are joining everyone in the drive to get Noah a bunch of cards. Thanks! ;)

Marian Love Phillips said...

This is a very sweet gesture for Noah...I will be sending him one also...He is such a beautiful child and hopefully he will beat the cancer. Thanks for sharing cdgardens.

Anonymous said...

Diane, thank you for this post. My family will get our cards out to Noah right away!

He is in our prayers this evening.

CDGardens said...

Marian - Noah reminds me of my grandchildren...I know I would be sad if they were taken from us.

I believe he will appreciate every card he gets to see...;)

CDGardens said...

Mel - Thank you for adding more cards.

Most assuredly speaking to God in prayer about his little one can bring peace and comfort to the family.

Murphyfish said...

Just came across this vie Wandering Owl’s blog, I haven’t felt so moved since, well since a long time ago. My card and heartfelt good wishes will be winging there way over the pond this week. Thank you for the post.

CDGardens said...

Murphyfish - Thanks for adding your card to the many...I hope Noah gets truck loads. ;)