Send your love....


I was going to do a St. Patrick's Day themed post today, but yesterday I found out about a very beautiful young lady via Waterrose. This extra special girl's name is Satori. She's 10 years old. Just look at the sparkle in her eyes and the spirit dancing across her face!

Satori has Spinal Muscular Atrophy (type II) She uses a power wheelchair, can't walk, crawl, etc.

On March 31st she and her family will be traveling to California so that she can have a full spinal fusion. Melissa, Satori's loving mom, is asking everyone who can to send a postcard to her daughter. She will be in the hospital for 7-10 days and the postcards would help keep her occupied while trying to get better.

If you can help, here is the address, or click the following link and it will go to the Postcards for Satori blog. This is how the postcard should be addressed:

Satori Lewis Surgery date 3-31-10
Davis 7 Pediatrics
UC Davis Children's Hospital
2315 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817 USA

**Be sure to include the surgery date**

I can picture Satori's little angelic face when she sees the outpouring of love through these postcards.

Thank you for dropping by, dear friends, and Happy St. Patrick's Day...xo

7 comments:

Ana - Toil and Trouble said...

Dennice, you are such a wonderful person. This is a lovely gesture!

Caroline said...

Oh I will be definitely be sending a postcard.... she is in great hands.. UC DAVIS is amazing!!!

Ivy Lane said...

Thanks Dennice... will post on my blog too... can we get this on facebook??

Fringe said...

Thank you so so much, lovely ladies!

*kiss x 3*

Ivy Lane - I'm not certain about Facebook...I'll look into it and see what I can find out. Thank you so much for posting this on your beautiful blog, you angel!

xoxo

Jessica said...

What a wonderful gift this is going to be for Satori. Will be sending prayers as well as postcards her way.
You've done St. Patrick very proud!

brock street said...

i'm in.

BlackStar said...

I read somewhere that she loves cats!
What a beautiful little girl, eh?