I just had to share this with you all because I am just so proud! You've heard me speak before in other posts about my granddaugher Morgan ... and again she has made her Nanna VERY PROUD. Let me explain ...
Morgan is a beautiful 17 year old young woman with a heart of GOLD!! She is a senior at Leetonia High School, Field Commander for the HS band, works with Hospice, took courses at Kent State over the summer to learn how to "sign" with hopes of going on after high school into Speech Pathology.
This is the time of the year in the High Schools for the annual Homecoming Game & Dance. Needless to say Morgan (Mo as we call her) could have her pick of young men to escort her to the dance but instead chose to make another young lady very happy.
Please meet Felicia! Morgan also races a Junior Dragster on the 1/8 mile track at Quaker City Raceway. That is where she met Felicia and became great friends. Felicia has Cereble Palsy. It goes without saying that unlike most senior high girls, Felicia has not had the opportunity to go to many dances. Well, "my Morgan" with her big heart changed that ... she invited Felicia to accompany her to the Homecoming Dance at Leetonia High earlier this month. They had a wonderful time and Felicia was thrilled to experience what every young girl should have the chance to experience ... her 1st high school dance!
OUR Morgan is growing into quite an extraordinary young woman and I know the Good Lord has as much a hand in that as do her parents. How blessed are we!!! Thanks for letting me share this little story with you. I'll have more "Morgan" news to come ... you saw my short post about the "Soogy Senior Night" ... well I just ordered photographs that were taken during that rainy evening by the local newspaper. When they arrive I'll share them with you. It does a Grandma's heart good to be able to brag to such a large audience, LOL!! Thanks Everyone!!