One Of The Sweetest Stories Ever

Well, I have a long, rambling tale of my Monday afternoon in the doctor’s office, but I can’t bear to tell it until it has a happy ending. And it won’t have a happy ending until the pharmacy gets my prescription straightened out. Hopefully that’ll happen sometime this morning since Mama here is gonna crash from the temporary boost of a steroid shot around 4:30 pm central time, and IT WOULD BE DELIGHTFUL TO HAVE SOME MEDICATION AT THAT JUNCTURE, OH THANK YOU WALGREENS.

By the way, I’m a little wound up right now. I don’t know if you’ve picked up on that.


Even though the doctor’s office story is on temporary hold, I wanted to make sure to pass along a link to something that I read over the weekend. I ran across it on Facebook, and it’s one of the most heartwarming stories that I’ve read in a long time. I think you’ll like it, too.

Dreams come true despite disability –

There’s still a whole lot of sweetness in this world, you know? A whole lot of sweetness.

Have a great Tuesday, everybody.

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  1. Praying you feel better!

  2. Oh my goodness….the picture of the sweet daddy choking back his tears…so precious. What a great way to start the day!

  3. Makes me very proud of my alma mater! Sweet story.

  4. Thanks so much for sharing this story! It was great to see high school kids appreciate the unique talents and gifts that sweet girl has! What a great story – gives me faith in the world’s future!

  5. What an awesome story- thanks so much for sharing. I really needed the reminder today:)

  6. I read the same story this weekend and wept. Wonderful, wonderful!


  8. Aww thank you. That did my heart good. :-)

  9. That made my day. (And on another subject, switch to CVS. I did and oh, my, the glorious difference.)

  10. rhonda boswell says:

    Oh my! This warmed my heart. This day and age there is so much negative stuff in the media about schools, students, teachers, violence, etc. This was wonderful. Made my day!

  11. I read this in the Clarion-Ledger Saturday morning and cried for 30 minutes. My husband had gotten up early and read it first, then passed it on to our three teenaged daughters to read. What a heartwarming story! I, too, am so glad to know that there are young people who care enough to make such a beautiful memory for this precious girl. Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  12. I am sitting at Chick-fil-A with my little girl tearing up and trying not to look like a crazy woman. I think I heard this on KLOVE, but reading it made more of an impact on me. I love that high school kids did this. It gives me hope! Hope you are feeling better soon. Being sick is the pits.

  13. Simply lovely

  14. Simply lovely, what a blessing, living in Memphis, didn’t see this paper. Should have made the national news as someone else said. This truly blessed my heart and brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for sharing, Sure hope you are feeling much better.