Family Stories

“Every Day May Not Be a Good Day, But There is Good in Every Day.”

Emma enjoys playing games like “Sorry” and “Uno” with her Mom. Her favorite movie is “Facing the Giants.” On TV, she likes to watch “Liv and Maddie.” Emma said, “Meeting friends here at the house has been the best part. People like Emily, ‘Miss’ Sherri, Luz, and Jan. I never want to forget meeting Brock, my best friend. We started treatment the same day and met here.”  Emma comes from a... Read More
Posted by Lisa Haguewood at Wednesday, April 5, 2017 | 0 comments
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“I Cannot Forget the Outpouring of Love Here”

In pretty pink glasses and a matching outfit with headband, Rica who is almost 3 years old, often sings the song ”Jesus’ Love is a Bubblin’ Over” while performing the hand motions too. Her favorite part of the Ronald McDonald House Charities® Memphis is the playroom. Rica’s favorite thing to do with “Mommy” is to read a book about little black fish swimming in a school of red fish. She reads to her Mommy every night. Her favorite... Read More
Posted by Lisa Haguewood at Wednesday, April 5, 2017
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