I checked this out, it is legit. "Very Special Request: Diana Harrison Biorkman has a 5-year old son in his last stages of a 2 1/2 year battle with Neuroblastoma Cancer. They are celebrating Christmas next weekend and Noah loves Christmas cards. Please take a minute to send a card to: Noah Biorkman 1141 Fountain View Cirlce, South Lyon, MI 48178. Thank you so much and please pass it on. Lets get a truck load to him!"
The mother is an aquaintance of a friend of mine. I know, I know. You don't know my friend, you might not even know me very well. You may have your doubts about this, I always have my doubts when I come across stuff like this. But no one's asking for any money, just a holiday card. All *I* aks is that you take a moment to consider sending a card. I sent a short simple pretty card that I found at CVS for two dollars. I signed my name along with my city and state. I thought about getting some cute holiday stickers and decorating the envelope with them, but I didn't see any. I figuered I'd rather get it in the mail right away instead of waiting till I find cute stickers and glitter or 'the perfect card'. I keep thinking "how wonderful for this little boy if he gets 75 unexpected cards from all across the country. Or a couple hundred. Or even just a dozen."
There is no unselfish good dead, and I admit to feeling good about myself. And I don't feel bad about that, either.