Buckets reflect Aaron’s love for basketball by bringing the game to your feet - literally. The design features a ball swishing through a net, but these socks are good for playing in, too.
Knitted from a filament yarn, these socks feature cushioning and moisture wicking technology, making them perfect for wearing on the court (or just around town).
Proceeds will help Aaron and his mother pay for medical expenses
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"This can happen to anyone so live your life right. For different people that means different things. For me, it means staying close to my faith."
Aaron Sweatt is an 18-year-old from Allentown, PA. Aaron loves playing basketball - and his favorite XBOX game is NBA 2K. He lives with his grandparents, Linda and Thomas. He was diagnosed with a brain cancer known as germinoma in August 2015 at the beginning of his senior year of high school.
Aaron’s diagnosis was sudden. He went into work one day and passed out. The hospital did a series of tests and scans to find out why, and they found a mass in his head. Aaron went through an initial course of treatment, but the cancer returned after he graduated from high school. Because of the recurrence of his cancer, Aaron had to drop out of Lehigh Carbon Community College, where he was studying psychology.
Aaron is now in remission, but is struggling with chronic pain. Doctors are still trying to identify its cause. Aaron’s grandparents take him on trips around town, and he also spends time watching Netflix. He hopes to return to college after he starts feeling well again.
Sales of Buckets will help Aaron and his mother pay for medical expenses.
Q:What song do you have on repeat right now?
Juke Jams by Chance the Rapper
Q: Is there anything you think you’ve learned from this experience?
I learned not to take life for granted. Because where I was, I was close to dying. While you’re on Earth, you have to make an impact. So that people always think of you--there won’t be a day that you’re forgotten.
Q: If you could do one activity for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Q: Who or what inspires you?
My grandfather: He leads by example. He’s a preacher. I look up to him and know that I have a close connection to god.
Q: What's your favorite movie
Q: If you wanted the world to remember one thing about yourself, what would it be?
I'm an honest human-being and I'm not afraid to speak how I feel.