AUEngineer2016 407 Posted December 8, 2014 Share Posted December 8, 2014 Mods, feel free to move this if needed, but I figured I needed to thank as many people as possible. As many of you know, I have been a Leukemia patient since July 2011, before my senior year in HS. I graduated on time, came to Auburn, and now am on track to graduate in Mechanical Engineering. The road was full of twists and turns that I never saw coming, but as of November 21, I was declared cancer free and stopped my chemotherapy. I know a lot of you out there have been kind enough to have been sending thoughts and prayers my way, and I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone. I have been blessed to not just go to this great academic institution, but also to join the Auburn Family, to witness (and be a part of) Auburn history, and to make lifelong friends. Unfortunately for me, the road ahead isn't completely smooth sailing. Due to a side effect from one of my medicines, I will be having hip replacement surgery on Friday. The woman doing the surgery is one of the best in the country (and a product of UAB, though she claims UAT because her dad played for them), and honestly I'm more worried about my finals these next 3 days than the surgery, but a little prayer never hurt anyone, amirite? Thanks again Auburn Family. Ever to Conquer, Never to Yield! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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