Wagons for Riley
I would love to win wagons for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis My daughter went there when she was little. She is a double amputee and they have red wagons to pull the kids around and they are a lifesaver. Now my grandson goes to Riley and we use the red wagons when he is a patient. We have had many friends that go there and the kids love being pulled in the red wagons so I would love to donate wagons to Riley. Thanks for the amazing contes❤️
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Taking the trash to the dumpster one morni g we heard puppies crying. Someone had placed puppies on the dumpster. I stood guard while a friend went to get a 2x4 so we could make a ramp for the puppies. She took one and I took the other. Saving them from a horrific death. We had Run to 17 years. One day we came home from work and he could not walk. He was way too big to carry so we got the kids radio flyer wagon made a ramp and got him laying in it u til the vet could arrive after hours and allow him to cross the rainbow bridge with as little pain and discomfort as possible.
"It was Christmas of 1993 and my son was 3 years old. We were living in San Jose, Ca. Papa Wally (my Dad, lived in Chicago, where I grew up) insisted that he was the ONLY one who could buy Charles his red wagon. Well, he shipped it to us and Charles was so excited to have that red wagon. He pulled the 2 cats in it(when they let him), he put his Power Rangers in it, and assorted toys, and back yard picnics, and his cousins. We had that red wagon for years. Even after he set it aside, we used it for his little sister for trips to the park. We had that red wagon to help us in the garden and transport kids to the park and up and down the street. That little wagon lasted a LONG time and was very useful to us. In 2013, we moved across country and finally let the wagon go. I find that I am missing the red wagon and all the chores it helped us with. "