For Estar Hester, suffering from life-threatening illnesses hasn’t stopped the 15-year-old McKinney North High School student from enjoying the greater pleasures in life.
“I like drawing, animation, like anime,” Hester said. “I’m really into the computer. I like taking pictures of people.”
Hester suffers from chronic lung disease, scoliosis and an immune system problem, hypogammaglobulinemia. Despite these illnesses, Hester said she has lived a pretty good life.
“Pretty normal, the only thing I can’t do is physical activity,” Hester said. “It’s been OK.”
Last Tuesday, “Tomorrow Will Be a Better Day - Lessons from a Wish Child” was released in e-book form. The book, written by Hester, talks about life’s struggles and what you can do to stay strong. (Star Community Newspapers via Happy News)