A Houston County teacher has received an outpouring of support after she was diagnosed with cancer in January.
Thursday afternoon, her family busily sorted through boxes and boxes of donations for a yard sale fundraiser.
People brought everything from furniture, to clothes, to toys and ornaments, all in support of local teacher, Crystal Wisecup.
"We've just had to focus on me getting better," says Wisecup.
The twenty-four-year-old is a first-year teacher at Thomson Middle School, where she used to attend.
"I could help other people," she says about why she wanted to be an educator.
Her lesson plans had to go on hold in January, when diagnosed with non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, a cancer that starts in the immune system. But she had a bigger concern than chemotherapy.