DURHAM, N.C. -- A mother’s love. You could feel it all over the piano keys at Duke’s Cancer Center, as Abigail Tanner took a seat on the bench next to her son.
Abigail said the hospital’s piano just beckoned her to play. She strolled her one-year-old son beside her to play and sing for him.
It was an emotional moment as Abigail began to sing “Never Enough” by Loren Allred for Lincoln, who’s battling a rare and terminal form of epilepsy called MMPSI.
Part of the lyrics read:
“I'm trying to hold my breath
Let it stay this way
Can't let this moment end
You set off a dream with me
Getting louder now
Can you hear it echoing?
Take my hand
Will you share this with me?
'Cause darling without you
All the shine of a thousand spotlights
All the stars we steal from the night sky
Will never be enough
Never be enough”
It was just one of those moments that gives you chills as Abigail was soon surrounded by others at the hospital.
Learn more about MMPSI and this courageous journey by visiting Lincoln's Road. #NeverEnough
Lincoln also has a GoFundMe page