The first wish
In 1980, a young boy named Christopher Greicius wished to be a highway patrolman. His Wish was to become the inpiration behind the largest Wish-granting organisation in the world.
I wish to be an authorFor brave teenager Alex, who has multiple sclerosis, seeing her book in print was a dream come true.
I wish to be a PrincessLike most four-year-old girls, Jasmine likes dressing up as a Princess. She has the Princess-looks with her long blonde hair and she knows about all the popular story-book Princesses.
The Fastest Wish on WheelsIn 2007, Lachlan’s chemotherapy sessions took a back seat for a change. His Wish – to drive the fastest train in the world, the TGV in France – had been arranged.
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