For the first time, another sponosor had visited her school and it must of touched her. As I read her request it made my heart smile, and a little sad all at the same time. She lives in East India - 1000's of miles away. Trying to get 2 of to see her would be a feat, so I dismissed it. There is no way 2 of us can go to India! The thing is, the feeling hasn't left me alone, and I've learned to listen to whispers of that sort. She is graduating soon and will be leaving the program, so it is now or never.
I've taught my kids, "it doesn't hurt to ask", so now I am doing the asking. Instead of birthday presents celebarting me and my life, I am asking you to be a part of the movement to help us meet Sabera; to celebrate her life.
I have a feeling the pictures of her smile will be a picture of pure joy.
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