Today was my last clinic appointment where I had to receive chemo. So I did what anyone in my position did….I celebrated! My mom bought a cake that said “Ian’s last chemo” and I put on the cap and gown from graduation.
“It’s the only place where I can be myself 100% of the time.”
I spent my first week of July at Camp Mak-A-Dream in Montana all thanks to Embrace Kids Foundation. This has been the third year going to the camp. Every year I go, I find myself more in love with the camp and the people. I love that truly blessed week.
During camp, there is a celebration of life where we talk about the people we have lost. I cried until my tear ducts ran dry. Continue reading
“I had to thank high school for getting me through cancer and I had to thank cancer for getting me through high school.”
My name is Ian Scheuerman, and I have recently taken a couple of huge steps in my life, including graduating from high school, beginning my first year of college, and completing my final treatment for leukemia. Continue reading