Posted: May 4, 2013 9:23 PM by Alyssa Reilly
Updated: May 6, 2013 1:01 AM
TUCSON - A Tucson Make-A-Wish teen takes her wish and uses it to spread the happiness to other kids staying in the Tucson Medical Center Children's Clinic.
Maragaret Amos, 18, has cerebral palsy and congetital myopathy, which is an uncurable muscle disorder that affects the brain and nervous system. Her illnes has kept her in a wheelchair her entire life.
When she was approached by Make-A-Wish, she decided to give back to the place that has helped her all these years.
Her wish was a shopping spree at Best Buy. The store by Park Place Mall opened early just for her so she could grab all the X-boxes, movies, video games and computers she wanted for the kids.
(Photo courtesy: Laura K Moore Photography)
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