OCEAN SPRINGS, Mississippi (WLOX) – Early Saturday morning, the Circle K gas station on Washington Avenue and Highway 90 was the meeting place for some 50 members of the Asgard Motorcycle Club.
Each member was dressed to the party, complete with helmets, patches and leather jackets, some for 7th grade student Jami Mosley.
“I don’t really feel like I’m special. I’m just different, ”Mosley said.
In addition to the challenges of being a preteen, Mosley has even more on her plate as she battles a brain tumor and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, which is a condition that causes an unusually large increase in its frequency. cardiac.
Her condition caught the attention of the Asgard Motorcycle Club, bringing in a fleet of members eager to meet Mosley and parade her through the streets of Ocean Springs.
It was a much needed encouragement as Mosley and his family consider more doctor visits.
“I’m doing very well. I’m just staying positive about it and keeping my hopes up, ”she said.
Her attitude is something that keeps those close to her as strong as she is.
“We inspire her, but she inspires us. So when I feel like giving up, I look at her and I’m like, “She isn’t, why should I do it?” Said his father Roger Mosley.
While the ride was primarily for Jami, his loved ones couldn’t help but be moved by their new support system.
“These bikers and guys have been a real blessing,” said his mother Patricia Owen-Mosley. “We can’t thank them enough. It’s like we feel we belong now and adapt.
For some it was just engines and biker outfits, but for Jami and his family it meant so much more.
“It makes me feel loved a lot,” Jami said.
She says she will continue to be strong like her new friends and positive about her future.
“I just think I know God is with me,” Jami said.
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