At the Shriner's Hospital she was a special patient. When she was eleven they arranged for her to see fireworks for the first time in her life. Through all her pain and suffering she never complained, but was a ray of sunshine to those around her.
French studies were her favorite classes. She went on to attend college in Minnesota with a dream to be a French translator for the United Nations. She was an accomplished pianist.
Then, in 1968 she accepted a job as an angel in the heavenly choir, singing praises to her Heavenly Father.
Part one of this series was published May 21st.