Friday, July 31, 2015

Little Misses and CART for Cassandra

Welcome!  Today I want to share my story with you about a special young girl. My 11-year old daughter, Cassandra, was born deaf and is brilliant. Although we had a huge learning curve, it has been an amazing and rewarding journey watching our little girl grow and experience life.

She attends a public school and has asked for real-time captioning (RTC).  RTC is where a captionist will type up what is spoken in class and display it on a tablet so she can read information that she has missed. Without it, she struggles every day and has to guess at the meaning of half-heard words and sentences.


This event is to raise awareness and to spread the word.  You can read more about her story HERE and sign the petition HERE.  For each signature we receive, the school administrators receive and email regarding our request.  I hope you can help me fill their in-boxes! 

To support this petition, and to spread the word, Little Miss Muffet Stamps has released a dozen new images to play with.  Plus Polka Dot Pals Rosalie is a freebie in the store for everyone to join in.  We’d love to see what you’ll create… but more importantly, we hope you can help Cassandra by signing the petition and spreading the word.  

You are welcome to send words of encouragement:
CART for Cassandra
P.O. Box 163462
Fort Worth, TX 76161-3462 

The Little Misses have been using these fun images too! 
Check out what they’ve created to share:


Thank you... Have Fun :)

6 comments:

  1. All fabulous creations girls.
    I hope that everyone can pop along and sign the petition! Smiles.xx

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  2. Beautiful cards ladies! I shared and signed the petition! :)

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  3. I shared and signed the petition... fabulous creations...
    Hugs

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  4. My son is deaf, 22 years ago we were going through similar struggles. Its so disappointing to see it it still happening!!

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