By writer to boston.cbslocal.com
BEVERLY (CBS) – The reward of a lifetime, tying two households perpetually. What might be extra beneficiant, extra beneficial than the reward of life?
“Who needs to see a sick child? Or have a baby undergo?” stated Kamie Fessenden of Beverly.
Subsequent month, Kamie will donate a kidney to her childhood pal’s son, Nikolas. It should save the 13-year-old from struggling and dialysis. He’s additionally legally blind.
“He has completely no power in any respect. If he goes outdoors for 15 minutes, we’re tremendous completely happy we received that 15 minutes,” defined Nikolas’ dad, Matt Hourican.
The 2 households have recognized one another a very long time – again to when the adults had been children. However the voice in Kamie’s coronary heart, driving her to do that, might solely be one particular person.
“She beloved going to the seashore. Riley was just about the happiest child ever,” Kamie stated.
Kamie misplaced her Riley to a uncommon most cancers in 2016. She was recognized when she was simply six, and endured greater than 100 rounds of radiation and far chemotherapy.
“Nothing might be achieved to assist her however I’m simply grateful I’m capable of assist Nikolas,” Kamie stated.
Riley and Nikolas had been the identical age; even in the identical class in school.
“I don’t usually consider in issues like that, however with this, it’s 100% simply the way in which it’s alleged to be,” Matt Hourican added.
An angel watching over each Beverly households, at all times.
“I feel she would actually respect the truth that I’m doing this for Nikolas,” Kamie stated.
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