Cure my hus­band

Austin American-Statesman - - VIEWPOINTS - Linda B.Vor­w­erk Austin

My great­est wish for this year is that my dear hus­band’s can­cers will dis­ap­pear. Although a self­ish wish on my part (he never com­plains or says “why me”). He has al­ways done so much for oth­ers and been such an in­spi­ra­tion to so many. When we mar­ried al­most 12 years ago (his first wife died), he promised me 120 years, which is a lot to prom­ise a girl when you’re al­ready 79!

I spent most of my life look­ing for real love, which I had be­gun to won­der if it ex­isted at all out­side my son’s love. Glen gave me back that and much more. Now, I want him to have what he wants — his life and my love. Isn’t Christ­mas really about love any­way?

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