When I first heard about the woman of the year award, my mind immediately flashed to my Aunt Judy. She has more strength, courage, and love than anyone could ever fathom. She is the most caring and truly selfless person I know. She has shown these special and quite unusual qualities constantly throughout her life. She has been through more struggles in life than anyone should ever go through. An example of her endless faith and strength were exemplified a few years ago when her young son was diagnosed with stage 4 skin cancer. Even though it was an excruitiating experience, she never gave up hope, and her son prevailed and beat cancer. Both my Aunt Judy and her son were so thankful and their faith was so strong that they went to Africa and built houses for those in need. When she got back, she still never stopped helping those around her. A few years later, my Grandma, who is her mother-in-law, was diagnosed with dementia and needed constant care. Eventually, my Aunt Judy moved in to help in anyway possible. As if this wasn't enough,her mother was also diagnosed with dementia. Even though she's juggling her mom, her mother-in-law, and her constant anxiety over her children and grandchildren, she still never stops giving. Therefore, because of this reason and countless others, she deserves to be woman of the year.