She was the best mother anyone could ever dream to have and had a heart bigger than anyone I know.
Even in the hospital she kept on smiling and being the wonderful person she is.
The doctors gave her only a few years when she was diagnosed with meningitis, she lived for 27 years after being diagnosed.
She was diagnosed with meningitis in 1991 only weeks after I was born. Meningitis spread from her lungs to her spine and then finally to her brain. She eventually needed a shunt placed in her head to help drain fluid build-up.