Tricia Somers was diagnosed with a rare form of terminal cancer when she met Tricia Seaman, a nurse at the Pinnacle Health Hospital in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. "Before she even said anything, I just felt comfort. It was almost like someone just put a warm blanket on me. I've never felt anything like that before or any other connection with anybody else." So Somers asked Seaman for an incredible favor: "Will you raise my son if I die." Watch to learn Seaman's equally incredible response.


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  • corinne

    The faith in both women that it was the best and right act in the circumstance of imminent death. Nurse Tricia and her husband are mission-minded and open -hearted...and not fearful of adding on 2 dear people in need of loving support. Tricia (ill) looked into the loving soul of nurse Tricia and that spirit connection blessed them both!

  • Liz

    Wow! Now that is LOVE of the first order. Wonderful, extraordinary and inspirational.

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