Make A Wish Room

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My daughter had the pleasure and privilege to have her wish granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

If you ever get a chance to donate to this wonderful charity please do so...
The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants wishes to children who have life-threatening medical conditions. 



My youngest daughter Kenley has Cystic Fibrosis
and had her wish of a room make-over granted. Cystic Fibrosis is a life threatening, chronic disease that effects the lungs and digestive systems of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States.



A room make-over was her wish, to have a beautiful space she could call her own. To have privacy and comfort where she could watch television and do her treatments. The Make-A-Wish Foundation made this come true for her.


 To say that Make-A-Wish was generous is an understatement. They gave her a fantastic budget and let her pick out anything she wanted. We shopped at a furniture store, Target and Pottery Barn Teen. She got every room accessory her little heart desired.


Most of the packages arrived on the day the furniture was delivered. I let her stay home from school as we watched the trucks roll up with all her beautiful new accessories and furniture.


 The smile on her face and the excitement was priceless!


I think Make-A-Wish truly made her one of the happiest girls in the world that day.


 Kenley is 13 years old now and this room will give
 her years of happiness.




Thank you Make-A-Wish for making this little girls dream come true!



We thank God every day for bringing this strong, courageous and beautiful young lady into our lives! 
She teaches us all how to live life to the fullest!
xo Kenley!


Susan

Thrifty Decor Chick



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6 comments

  1. This room turned out beautifully!! Happy Birthday to Kenley! Make a Wish is such a wonderful organization. Thanks for linking Flaunt it Friday. Your pic showed up (sometimes it takes a few minutes before it does). Come back soon! :)

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  2. It's gorgeous & perfect! This wish couldn't have gone to a more deserving person.

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  3. Your daughter must be thrilled with her brand new bedroom - it's beautiful! Love the pattern on the chairs and the bedding, and those cushions with the pompoms are adorable :-)

    Happy Birthday #12 to Kenley - this is a birthday she'll definitely never forget!

    {On a side note, I'm on a team of interior decorators raising money for Children's Wish. We're going to be matched up with a child who we'll be raising the money for. I'm really looking forward to helping out such a wonderful cause :-)}

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  4. this was an awesome thing!!!
    the room is so cute!

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  5. Happy Belated Birthday to Kenley! Her room is so special! A great room for a teen !!
    How wonderful!
    gail

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  6. Hey there from Alberta Canada! I was blog hopping this morning and found your blog about your daughter's room, that is fantastic for her!
    My daughter was recently granted a wish and she are in the process of getting it, she and my baby son ...have a crazy rare lung disease ( like 1 in 4,000,000) So wonderful to read of other kid's wishes and stories. My daughter's and I started an event call Courtney's cards for Make~A~Wish, we have about 20 crafters participating in our first annual card making event. Each crafter is making a dozen cards to give to the foundation to accompany the goodies the child gets at the first meeting. feel free to check it our at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=148624341865941
    That's so great for your daughter and our family wishes her many good days!

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