Hello Nice to meet you.
I do this when you grab my hand and shake it upon greeting each other. Unless I'm too tired, like after eating.
Time to eat.
I was particularly happy this day cooing and squealing more than usual. I had something to say and it was going to be heard!
Hello Wonderful Person
I would first like to thank you for stopping by and checking my site out. But I must tell you no one is more grateful than my Mother. As you know I need a van, more specifically a wheelchair accessable van. I am the 1% of those with Cerebral Palsy that can't do many of the things people take for granted, stand, speak, get into trouble, kick my brother because he didn't say hi to me.
I am 12 yrs old and I live in West Sacramento and attend school now in West Sacramento. Previously in Woodland CA. I was out of school for 14 mos. because the district I live in didn't have the capability of accomodating my dislocated hip. I couldn't withstand the hour and half bus ride any longer and per my Dr's letter I was to ride no longer than 45mins, I now require frequent position changes due to the pain I am experiencng. You may be wondering why I have a dislocated hip, you can check that out in PAST & PRESENT:) I would like to request just one thing: If you can help spread the word and inform others of my need, I know my mother's dream will come true. To be able to go with my family on outings, to go to appointments without suffering and having to deal with paratransit scheduling, late pickups, my brothers’ school schedules, appointments that are canceled at the last minute. (Once we had actually arrived and were told the appointment was canceled. The paratransit bus had already left.) Oh and let’s not forget changing and hygiene while I’m out and about; I don't fit on those drop-down changing tables anymore.
They say it takes a village to raise a child. Prayers, healing energy and any contributions of support are very much appreciated.