Sunday, March 30, 2014
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Alexandra cousin from France named Alexandre eleven years old, just made this poster for his class project. The subject was to illustrate some of the human rights. Alexandre wrote TOI + MOI = NOUS. ( YOU + ME = US and wrote the following sentence. NOUS AVONS TOUS DROITS A L"EDUCATION who means WE ALL HAVE THE RIGHTS TO RECEIVE EDUCATION. This so sweet and great to see that our future generation is thinking so wisely and kindly. Grand Bravo to Alexandre for his thoughts. Alexandra lives in the US where children with specials need receive education at school in the public with their peer, but this is not the case in France where specials need children have to go to some type of centers.
Monday, September 23, 2013
Make a Wish Foundation takes
Alexandra to France...
Make a Wish Foundation Idaho took us to France in June 2013! It was one of the most amazing gift Alexandra received and thanks to her and Make a Wish we all followed in her journey to South of France to visit the French family.
Alexandra and her mom at " les Jardins de la Fontaine" in Nimes. One of her mom favorite place, Alexandra like it too!
At the beach, it is the first time that we are traveling with Alexandra wheelchair. It was the best, we took the plane , the train and rented a van. Kids Rock wheelchair.
Alexandra just enjoyed going out to the most remote towns. Here in Saint Guillem du Desert, she is all smile.
Can you believe that Alexandra is traveling all the way from Idaho USA to France and its monuments. Here Le Pont du Gard more than 2000 years old Roman aqueduct. The place has been paved and Alexandra wheelchair went everywhere. Grandiose.
Alexandra with her cousin Marianne, they both delight on the crowded and touristy streets.
Marianne , Alexandra and older sister Gabrielle, au Grau du Roi France, playing teenagers....
Thank you , Merci, Make a Wish!
Saturday, May 25, 2013
Alexandra smile has changed. She got a permanent front tooth pulled a month ago. The lesson is that sometime, maybe very often, you are the one who has to ask or tell your doctors what to do!
Her teeth were becoming cluttered and no one was saying anything! So I ask , and I was sent to my orthodontist. He told us to pull one teeth and it immediately made a big difference, because the one from the top was clutching on the one of the bottom. It was kind of a difficult decision, because you are never sure that you are doing the right thing...but I trust him, and I also trust my own intuition. Like her smile? Too cute.