I'm glad people are going to visit him tomorrow, that's really lovely, he's going to be ridiculously happy. Stay fighting Willow!
P.S. After dinner, we stopped by John Olivs place to tell him that Willow'd had a stroke. It almost sounded like we were trolling - "Um, can you please ask John Oliver to come down? We need to talk to him, it's really important." But he came down and we told him the news. I have hardly done any work in the last 48 hours that I might pull a Sunny and chuck an all-nighter (he has Business though).
Mirin the spirit of his parents right now. They're so positive and so cheerful, telling us the funny things Willow said earlier and things like that.
#WILLpower! If you're reading this and you have Willow on facebook, keep writing him messages, because his brother will most likely read them out to him, and he really just needs to hear happy words. Yeah? Much love. :)
You are brilliant.
If there has been anything I've learnt in these whirlwinded days, it's to treasure
Willow is one of the healthiest boys I know, and his case happens in about 2 or 3 people in hundreds of thousands. It is absolutely random. No one is exempt.. I guess it really teaches you how fragile your life is. How quickly your world can turn upside down. I STILL can't believe this is happening.
Be safe. ♥
^ We have quasi plans of making that into a shirt. © me for designing it + coming up with the phrase hahaha..