There is a lot of bad on the Internet, but today the hashtag #alicebucketlist is revealing there is a lot of good on it too. Users across the world are helping a 15-year-old British girl gravely ill with Hodgkin's Lymphoma fulfill her bucket list.
Ed Asner and Mario Andretti are among the hordes of users who tweeted references to Alice Pyne and her blog that lists a few of her bucket list items.
Her blog opens, "I'm 15 and I have terminal cancer. I've created a bucket list because there are so many things I still want to do in my life ... some are possible, some will remain a dream."
On Twitter Thursday, #alicebucketlist has been at the top of tending topics. While the most of the tweets said she wished to be a trending topic, the top of her list urges everyone become a bone marrow donor.
The outreach on Twitter has caught Alice by surprise it seems, but she reminds us there are many like her to whom we can reach out.
She writes, "There are lots of other kids like me and I thought that the best thing I could do is link to my favourite site for making poorly kids smile."