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Let’s face it, folks: The news can get you down. I just could not this morning. No more. At least not until the java kicks in.
But take heart! If you want your Tuesday to start off with something that won’t make you angry or disgusted or just plain frustrated, have I got something for you…
Meet Abigail Arias, a 7-year-old Texas girl who is fighting cancer. She wants to be a police officer when she grows up, she told Freeport Police Chief Ray Garivey.
“I have cancer. The bad guys are in my lungs.”
She’s now an honorary officer with the Freeport Police Department. She was sworn in on Feb. 7.
Abigail, who has been fighting lung cancer for three years, entered hospice a few days ago.
Here is a video of her as shown on WEAR ABC 3 News, Pensacola this morning, performing one of her duties.
Abigail, a 7-year-old girl with cancer, is an honorary police officer with the Freeport Police Department in Texas. She had the honor of swearing in 10-year-old Weston Kreisler, who is battling GANs Disease, with the same role. ❤️
Posted by WEAR ABC 3 News, Pensacola on Monday, October 21, 2019
She’s swearing in another honorary police officer – 10-year-old Weston Kreisler, who has GANs disease. GANs is a rare inherited genetic disorder that affects the nervous system.
Braver officers do not exist.