Sunday, March 8, 2009

What a story !

It is stories like this that make my day.Hope it makes yours. Although I don't know you Saeje, Thanks a bunch !
Your parents should be as proud of you as the MS community is.

AMARILLO, TX -- A local 9-year old is proving you're never too young to make a difference in your community.
Meet Saeje Jameson after seeing her aunt struggle with multiple sclerosis, Saeje decided to take action. Saturday she sold lemonade at the Wal-mart on 45th and Coulter to try to reach her goal of $2,500 to support folks in the panhandle with MS.
"She's very entrepreneurial and she's just has the attitude that everyone can make a difference so she's been good at jumping in. She knew she could do it and she's wasn't going to take no for answer," said her mom, Angie Jameson. Thanks Saeje for working so hard in the panhandle spirit.


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Unknown said...

Not only a great story but a reassuring hope for tomorrow in today's youth.

Caregivingly Yours, Patrick

Cathy said...

I agree Patrick. This does reassure hope in today's youth.