Courage on the grill

Sometimes the nominations for Grilled Grandmas bring tears to my eyes. Literally.

This week's Grilled Grandma, Kelli, was grilled as the result of this sweet nomination from last week's Grilled Grandma, Deanna:

Dear Lisa,
I would like to introduce you to a Grilled Grandma who I believe deserves to be a ''Grilled Grandma Of The Year!'' This great person is the mother of five wonderful children and a Grandmother of one. Last spring she was diagnosed with breast cancer weeks before her grandchild was born. The day before her grandson's birth she was operated on, then went home to recuperate. The following day she learned her daughter-in-law was in labor and somehow this great person found her way to the hospital to be present at her grands birth!!!! She went through Chemo treatments for months, losing her hair, her energy, and then radiation, but still put her family first through it all!!!! I highly recommend Kelli to be a Grilled Grandma!!!!! She is my hero, my cousin and one of my best friends...

After reading Kelli's responses and a bit of her own personal blog, I wholeheartedly agree with Deanna.

Ladies and gents, I'd like to introduce to you Grilled Grandma: Kelli.

Today's question:

Who is the most courageous person you know?