This is the true story of a 5-yr old Lititz girl, Hannah Garman, who was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme, a rare and incurable brain tumor. She has been given 12 weeks to live and is currently in her 7th week. She was going to be the flower girl at a wedding in May, but was diagnosed a week after we asked her to be the flower girl. This is especially sad because her mother died 2 yrs ago from breast cancer.
Right now she has lost most of her motor skills. She is confined to bed and cannot really do anything or play with the gifts she is getting from people, but she LOVES getting cards – she has gotten so many from people she does not know and just loves to have grandma read about the people who send them and see their pictures and is so proud of all her cards. Her room is just filled with cards.
When asked what she wants for Christmas she said she wants to see how many Christmas cards she can get. Many people have passed this wish along to their churches, prayer groups, friends and family. There are school groups where children are making her cards. People are including pictures so she can see who it is that is sending her the card.
If you would like to help with her wish, you can send a card to her at:
704 Orchard Rd
Lititz, PA 17543
THANKS! Feel free to pass this along to your own prayer group, church, school, etc. Let’s see if we can have the cards coming in big postal bags for her this Christmas, since it will be her last holiday.
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All Hannah want is to see how many christmas cards that she can recieve by Christmas. Wont ya send this little girl a christmas card. Please send her a christmas card. I’m sure she would appreate it.
My aunt janie lives near the grandparents of this little girl….she emailed this to me also….my card is going out tomorrow! luv you!
Today in the school i worked at, we had each of the teens write up a card, and decorate it and sent it over on the convoy tonight! The teachers and para’s did too! IT was such a good feeling for the students, they totally learned to be appreciative.