natalya neidhart: blessed to be able to give back
This week, at the Pittsburgh Children\'s Hospital, we met some very incredible children.
This is my fourth visit to the UPMC Children\'s Hospital in Pittsburgh.
This hospital in particular is very special for the WWE family because it is the birthplace of WWE.
Connor\'s treatment is a fund launched by WWE to raise funds and awareness to support children with cancer.
It was named after a little boy.
Connor was inspired by the WWE superstar and continued to fight, and the bravery and courage he showed in his fight against cancer inspired the WWE universe around the world.
The loss of Connor in 2014 broke our hearts, but due to the healing of Connor, his memory and legacy continue to exist today in a powerful way.
It\'s so cool to be able to bring my friends-
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Visit the children in the hospital.
Seth West was one of the patients there and when Seth walked into the room she jumped up happily and even wore his shirt.
When Seth hugged her, I could see the light in her eyes and tell her he wanted her to be live on Monday night.
We all signed a title for her and gave it to her as a memory of our visit and a symbol of WWE\'s support for her forever.
I will never forget to see Nevaeh that day and have her excited to tell us that she is completing the final round of chemo.
She lay in bed with a beautiful turquoise ukulele and asked if we could put a song for us.
The magical little girl who has been fighting has the biggest smile on her face and she is very excited to see her hero Roman rule.
She played Ed Sheeran\'s song \"perfection\" for us in her ukriri, and she gently sang along while playing.
We sang with her and listened to the beauty and harmony that this brave little girl gave me goose bumps.
Nevaeh\'s mother told me that her daughter\'s name was Heaven, which was spelled behind.
I will never forget this because she has brought us so much joy in the time we spent.
Finn Barlow made a joke and said, \"you must sing better and play better than Elias!
\"There\'s no need for the WWE superstar to know Finn to say that! We all laughed.
It was so inspiring to be able to visit the hospital with Roman.
Roman twice in his life.
I am proud to say that he was defeated twice.
It gives me a completely different perspective and lets me see Roman meet these kids, hug them, high
Five people, talk to them and bring hope to them.
He\'s great with those kids.
At those moments, I looked at Roman differently.
Roman was a hero even before he was diagnosed for the second time.
But now, just a few weeks after his own fight against the disease, he came here to inspire the children around the world to have hope and continue fighting.
It\'s really strong and moving.
We all need hope. Hope is a good thing.
Hope we move on.
Roman gave us hope.
Next time I feel like my day is tough, or I\'m tired, or there are little things that annoy me, I know I can learn from this experience and visit with those kids at that hospital and remember how lucky I am and how lucky it is to be able to give back to society.