Michelle Fadel, who was recently told her cancer was terminal, hung her Christmas decorations early so she would not miss the holiday season. A photo published by ABC showed decorations hanging outside Fadel’s home, including a door-sized stocking depicting happy snowmen.
Michelle Fadel, who was recently told her cancer was terminal, hung her Christmas decorations early so she would not miss the holiday season. A photo published by ABC showed decorations hanging outside Fadel’s home, including a door-sized stocking depicting happy snowmen. Sarah Conner ABC
Michelle Fadel, who was recently told her cancer was terminal, hung her Christmas decorations early so she would not miss the holiday season. A photo published by ABC showed decorations hanging outside Fadel’s home, including a door-sized stocking depicting happy snowmen. Sarah Conner ABC

She was told she wouldn’t live to see Christmas, so neighbors brought it to her now

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