Grandpa Turns Grief Into Something Very Magical For A Children's Hospital
In a short time, Roger Leggett experienced more sadness than any person should have to. Within a month's time, he learned his 4-year-old granddaughter had a malignant brain tumor and then weeks later his 24-year-old son passed away. Not knowing what else to do, he channeled his grief and sadness into helping others. Before his son died, they noticed little reg wagons around Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. They were used to transport sick children around the hospital. But they realized their IV machines were being dragged awkwardly in tow. They decided to give the wagons a makeover. After his son's death he continued the project. He has made over 100 wagons that conveniently carry the IV machines. Now these wagons can add a little fun and joy to the lives of sick children.