The children seemed to have a lot of fun with this. The Snoopy sometimes you need to let things go shirt on their faces when they saw the pictures of themselves.It was priceless. These children are our real hero’s. Those kids are just awesome those pictures are wonderfully cute just awesome love every one of them thank you for sharing God bless you praying for all of you. With all the bad things going on in this world it’s so refreshing to see people still trying to make a difference. That just warmed my heart. Great job you respect did bringing smile and hope in them. No offence but give them keeping Christopher Nolan & Patty Jenkins aside respect.
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This is so beautiful, what a wonderful experience for these very strong and determined children. Tugs at your heart strings. It gives me great hope for mankind. Thank you people for doing things lie this and thanks for sharing. This is so cool! God bless this Snoopy sometimes you need to let things go shirt which looks into the lives of these kids and sees their super powers. I watched this and thought, imagine if they brought this to one of the Superhero series events. Firstly I could think of an incredible Batman to put forward. The word is disabilities handicap is a pejorative, archaic term from another era please don’t use it. She has never considered herself handicapped either.
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She’s just different. I saw this it melted my heart and made me cry in a good way to make these kids feel like they’re on top of the world. Love people who are true giver. Thank you from the bottom of my heart if you’re one of those people. God bless all of you and stay strong because you are here for a purpose. Lots of love and prayers being sent to your family from mine. The Snoopy sometimes you need to let things go shirt and support boosts children’s self esteem. This can make a world if difference for these little ones. This is really beautiful. Just wish you’d use appropriate language in your post. Handicapped is offensive. I truly believe all the good emotion they felt helped defeat/slow their illness.