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12/24/2014 02:31 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

May Our Faith Of A Cure Always Be Bigger Than Our Fears

The holidays are all about believing.

'Tis the season to take sheer delight in our small children's innocence and lovingly see the sparkle of something so grand and mystical in their eyes. I want to hold on to it forever! Believing in things we can't see should be eternally ingrained in our souls. Children's hopes for the holiday season can sometimes be far reaching. Our little one had a separate note for Santa on top of her wish list.

She asked for those traditional things little girls dream of

-- Isabelle, The American Girl Doll Of The Year

-- Eifell Tower Lego Set

-- Acrylic Paints and Canvases

-- A Sock Monkey

and

a cure for Parkinsons

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She just believes... that Jolly Old Saint Nicholas can change Parkinson's

and I will never tell her he can't.

May her faith in a cure always be bigger than her fears.