Hello, here a short message from me, the grandmother of Jane and Rosa. I’m not that good with words. I think they call it a blog, but I just want to let you know how all of this makes me feel. Because I’m very concerned by the whole situation. I can’t stop thinking about it. It’s the first thing on my mind when I wake up, and even when I’m out doing groceries, the only thing I think about are those two girls, my granddaughters. And I think, shoot, why is this happening to them, why do they have to feel so bad. I just wish I could help them more. Sometimes I call them to check how they are doing or I start a video chat. When I hear them or see how they look I often get startled. Usually when they visit me they’ve put on some make-up, but when I video chat they’re most of the times are without make-up. And you can see how bad the feel. Not that I don’t see it when they’ve got some make-up on, because you see how much they hurt when you talk to them for a while. And it hurts me, as a granny, to see my grandchildren like that and I can’t even think about what will happen if the money needed for the operations won’t get here in time. So I share all the messages on Facebook and I talk to my neighbors in the building where I live. Some of them have donated. I find that heartwarming. As it is heartwarming how everyone shares and donate, even strangers. So as a loving granny I want to ask everybody who can, that they will help my granddaughters. Because this can no longer continue. A grandmother shouldn’t have to fear for outliving her granddaughters.