April Snow is Christmas Miracle for Idaho Girl Battling Cancer
Remember the random snowfall we got in the Treasure Valley on Friday? To one little girl, it meant the world.
Did you cringe at the sight of snow on Friday? I know I did. I know I was definitely one of the people who took a video and complained about how dumb it was to have snow in the middle of April.
But to one family in Fruitland, Idaho, that snowfall was a miracle.
According to KTVB, six-year-old Alanna Schiffhauer was in remission from Neuroblastoma, but unfortunately, a year later, Alanna's cancer returned in her brain.
Doctors gave her weeks to live.
So Alanna's family decided to take the precious time they have with their daughter and create as many memories as possible.
So, they decided to celebrate Christmas early. Buying a tree, hanging the stockings, and going all out....all they needed was some snow. Well, they got it.
But while many in the Treasure Valley were dreading it (myself included) the Schiffhauer's embraced what they're calling a miracle.