Be kind to one another. It’s something we’re taught early on in life, the golden rule recited to us in near-constant repetition. For most, it’s a door held for the person behind us or a handwritten note to show appreciation, but it’s rarely something that leads to a big or life-changing impact. Not usually the kind we’re there to see, anyway.
For Nicole, Todd, and Lily McGee, the kindness of strangers is becoming a common theme. And this time, we’ll bring you along to see the impact of it. (Be part of the impact by donating HERE.)
A little over two years ago, their first and only child, Lily, was diagnosed with a rare medical condition called Rett Syndrome. It’s best described as having the symptoms of Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s, Epilepsy, and Anxiety Disorder, all in ONE sweet little girl.