Little Girl gets her Disney Wish

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Emma Giacona, is a 7-year-old girl who always wanted to take a Disney cruise. Her dream will finally come true. She is finally getting her Disney Wish thanks to some very generous people and one very kind Nashville resident.

Emma underwent multiple surgeries earlier this year to remove abscesses in her brain and neck. Her health appeared to be declining so her family applied to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Thankfully her health improved and she was released from the hospital.

Ed Alison read about Emma’s story and was touched by it, so after several phone conversations with the family, he went to a local Nashville AAA travel agency and made arrangements to send Emma on the cruise that had been her dream since she was 3 years old.

Disney Magic is contagious! There are still good people out there!

 

Wishing you Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust

Sunshine


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One thought on “Little Girl gets her Disney Wish

  1. Is there a program out there that helps families take a family vacation trip when one of the parents has a chronic medical condition that makes it impossible for them to continue working? I was born with Tetrology of Fallot (ToF) a congenital heart defect that often gets kids a wish through Make a Wish, which was not around when I was a kid. I did start working at 16 years of age and got a associates degree in nursing as an RN and then my health declined to where in 1997 I had to stop working and go on disability which is a big decrease in income. My wives income from full time work and my small disability checks pay the bills, for food and necessities the kids need with little left over. So I was just courious if there was any programs out their to help families take vacations to allow the kids to make positive family memories. Kids need stress relief as well as adults do, any help out there?

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