Brave Little Girl Beats Grim Diagnosis And Celebrates With A Surprise Trip To Disney World

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Jessica Love, a brave little girl who beat leukemia, got quite the surprise after her 2-year health battle – a trip to Walt Disney World!

Cancer, in every single form, is a horrible, awful disease that only hurts and destroys. It has ripped apart families. So whenever someone beats that life-threatening illness, it is a cause for celebration and a reason for joy.

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Jessica Love, a 6-year-old, was diagnosed with Leukemia in August 2020. Hearing the word "cancer" from a trusted medical professional is a frightening and life-changing experience. But for a parent to hear that their child has been diagnosed with cancer has to be especially gut-wrenching.

Jessica's mother, Laura Smith, explained what it was like knowing her daughter had cancer but feeling powerless to do anything about it.

"As a parent, where you want to protect and cure all the ‘owies' and do all the things for your kiddos, and not being able to do that is really hard," Laura said, fighting back tears.

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Nearly two years after receiving her diagnosis, Jessica Love became cancer-free. Praise God!

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After beating that horrible disease, Jessica took a trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, to hang out with Mickey, Minnie and all their pals.

Laura stated it was the perfect trip and a fitting ending to the scary ordeal.

But Jessica's time at the parks in Florida was not the only magical thing that happened on the trip. On their flight back home, Jessica received a special message from a member of the flight crew.

"We have a very, very special guest on board here today that we wanted to recognize," a flight attendant announced to the plane. "She, are y'all ready for this – has just beaten cancer. From all of your crew at Southwest, and I'm sure all of your fellow passengers, we want to welcome you home. We want to wish you a very healthy, happy, prosperous and long life ahead."

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3 John 1:2 "My loved one, it is my prayer that you may do well in all things, and be healthy in body, even as your soul does well."

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