While we struggle with last minute Christmas shopping, Make-A-Wish is giving children something that cannot be bought in a store…their dream come true.
So was the cause with Gabriel Hinton, Kyana Willis, Krystal, and Jordan who received the best Christmas wish they could ever ask for.
According to sandsprisleader.com, six-year-old Gabriel Hinton, suffering from hypoplastic left heart syndrome, was able to travel to Disney World, Universal Studies, and Sea World last month and fulfill any little boy’s wish…to meet his favorite superheroes. Gabriel was able to get autographs from Marvel Comics Super Heroes, along with his picture with the group.
Kyana Willis had a similar dream. She wanted to meet all the characters living in Walt Disney World, including Mickey Mouse. The nine-year-old who has Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia was able to have her dream fulfilled with the help of West Florence High School, whose previous and current students donated to the cause, allowing Kyana to hop on a plane today and enter the land of where magic begins (http://www2.scnow.com/news/2010/dec/14/nine-year-old-battling-cancer-gets-wish-granted-ar-1223304/).
Fifteen-year-old Krystal, who is missing three chambers in her heart, hoped to visit Disney World as well, but she isn’t exactly excited about meeting the characters. Her dream is to be a princess. Krystal’s dream will become reality soon as she travels to Disney World dressed as a princess for a photo shoot (http://www.kpvi.com/story.php?id=34009&n=15206).
So what about Jordan? Did he get to go to Disney World like the others?
No. Instead, seventeen-year-old Jordan who has Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia, traveled to last week’s Dallas Cowboy’s football game where he not only watched the game, but got to meet the players as well (http://www.wrex.com/Global/story.asp?S=13671891).
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