See CNN's John Berman give a touching goodbye to co-anchor Zoraida Sambolin as she leaves CNN and returns to Chicago to spend more time with her family.
This really isn't complicated, we want your creative side to be sated.
So get involved and you can submit small poems on Twitter and Facebook with the #MorningRhyme #EarlyStart and we may read them on air.
They can be about our "Early Start" anchors, news stories of the day, or anything you'd like to share.
Here's an example of something funny Twitter user @RaymonWright submitted Tuesday that we shared on TV:
@RaymonWright: Berman's ok, but I can not lie. Zoraida's the real reason I wake up before 5. #MorningRhyme @JohnBerman @ZoraidaCNN
Early Start co-anchor Zoraida Sambolin had a double mastectomy last week after discovering she had breast cancer.
She was inspired to share her diagnosis and incredibly brave decision to get the surgery after reading Angelina Jolie's New York Times op-ed revealing that she had undergone the surgery for preventative reasons.
This morning Zoraida joins “Starting Point” via Skype to share the latest on her recovery.
Zoraida Sambolin shares how she came to her decision to have a double mastectomy.
John Berman surprises her when he shows his support with a "Super Z" T-shirt. "Early Start" staffers join the team.
I am humbled and empowered by your many emails, tweets, phone calls and postings of support.
My goal was just to let you know I would be gone and why, yet we have started a powerful dialogue that is providing me with so much courage and joy.
My commitment to you is to keep you informed of everything I learn and to continue the dialogue here.
I will be telling more stories and whenever possible posting a little extra something here. Again, many thanks.
– Zoraida Sambolin
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