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Jun 24, 2016

CF Challenges a Mom to Stay Strong

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Guest blogger Kat shares her memories of the trying day that her daughter, Maylie, faced other challenges in addition to cystic fibrosis. She tells of an internal struggle – trying to model the ideal behavior in the face of adversity, while also managing her despair as the parent of a medically fragile child.

Jun 24, 2016

CF Challenges a Mom to Stay Strong

kat quinn cystic fibrosis maylie make-a-wish
Guest blogger Kat shares her memories of the trying day that her daughter, Maylie, faced other challenges in addition to cystic fibrosis. She tells of an internal struggle – trying to model the ideal behavior in the face of adversity, while also managing her despair as the parent of a medically fragile child.

Behind the Scenes of a Wish in Progress

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He was bed-ridden in his home, squeezed between a myriad of machines that helped him breathe and eat. He could barely speak – his throat and muscles were so sore. He managed to express that he wished to meet his favorite movie director before he fell back asleep, drained from all energy.

Aug 07, 2015

Behind the Scenes of a Wish in Progress

whitney wish granter header
He was bed-ridden in his home, squeezed between a myriad of machines that helped him breathe and eat. He could barely speak – his throat and muscles were so sore. He managed to express that he wished to meet his favorite movie director before he fell back asleep, drained from all energy.

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