"It would not have been possible to stay at the hospital up to 14 hours a day without a place like the Ronald McDonald House. A place where we always felt welcomed and supported. A place where people in very similar situations lean on each other. A place where people really did care about our day."
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oklahoma City Provides Hope for Families
As a guest at Ronald McDonald House, I have been very impressed by the concern they show the families. We have been treated with respect and love. The staff has bent over backwards to help with whatever is needed. During the nine months, I have been a guest here often. It has become a home away from home, and friendships have been formed with guests that will last forever. There is a bond we share, "HOPE."
I have a 13 year old with Ostrasarcoma cancer. She lost her father (my husband) April 27, a week before her surgery. We talked about it before her operation. When she came out she told me that her Dad had come to see her and told her that everything was going to be okay. She has never believed otherwise.
There is always a smile on her face. Even when she lost all of her beautiful hair, she still smiles and she is more beautiful than ever, inside and out. We rely on God for our strength and he has never let us down. All the people we have met at Ronald McDonald House feel as we do. They have been a life line.
Thank you Ronald McDonald House from Seaquest and myself and all of our family that have come and gone. You will always be in our hearts.