Whatever you think, you’re probably not as tough as these kids.
You couldn’t pick a better song for the kids of the Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Hematology Oncology floor than Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger”. This past weekened a group of them, along with nurses and doctors, put together a music video to represent their fight against cancer.
The idea originally came from a young leukemia patient currently undergoing treatment, according to a story on the hospital’s website:
This fun celebration of strength was thanks to Chris Rumble, a 22-year-old Children’s cancer patient who lives in Kent, Wash., who was recently diagnosed with leukemia in April. Chris had the idea to make a music video to share with his old hockey team in Wenatchee because his teammates had made him a music video for his birthday.
“It was not only good to see the kids happy, but it was also great to see how their parents were so happy as they watched their kids just being kids – dancing, singing and having fun,” Rumble said about the filming of the video. Watching it, we found it hard not to feel the same way.