A Christmas wish comes early for Amber Salazar

A Christmas wish is coming true a little early this year for a woman in Lake Jackson who was just recently given a few weeks to live. Amber Salazar, 33, was diagnosed with stomach cancer back in the spring and after her aunt Isabel talked to her, she realize that all her niece wanted for Christmas was to see lights and feel the joy the holidays.

So she organized a motorcycle ride where folks gathered to play Christmas music and decorate their bikes with lights and tinsel, with plans to drive around her house. However a few days before the ride Amber had to be admitted back into M.D. Anderson, but the group decided to ride anyway all to help lift Amber's spirits.

“Surprise Amber, I knew and had a feeling in my heart that you would love to see these guys on their bikes with the Christmas lights on, so this is for you baby and your honor”, says Isabell Salazar.

The group of family members also decorated Amber's home for when she gets released from the hospital.