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Faith, Family, and Taylor Swift!

Khloe had the most amazing day today!
Thank you to all the Swifties and everyone that helped make this moment happen!
Taylor and her management have been hard at work trying to track down Khloe for months and they finally found her!!!! 
Today, Taylor Swift made Khloe’s dream come true! 
‪#‎StayFearlessKhloe‬ ‪#‎NeverEverGiveUpLikeEver (x)

Spider-Man washes windows at Tennessee children’s hospital

(Photo: Brandon Dill / AP)

Dressed as Spider-Man, a window washer with American National Skyline greets Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital patient Orlando Farmer, 3, as he rappels down the outside of the building, in Memphis, Tenn., Wednesday October 17, 2012, while cleaning the hospital’s windows.

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shann0n_13 #TaylorMETKhloe We love love love you all for making this moment happen! Khloe had the most amazing day today! Thank you to all the Swifties and everyone that helped make this happen! Taylor said she saw Khloe on Instagram and said, “#StayFearlessKhloe. Oh, I’ve see that everywhere! That’s why I’m here! Taylor and her management have been hard at work trying to track down Khloe for months and they finally found her!!!! Today, Taylor Swift made Khloe’s dream come true! #StayFearlessKhloe #NeverEverGiveUpLikeEver

Taylor visiting Khloe at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles 5/7/14 (x)

Our FEARLESS Fighter loves her muscle pictures! Taylor said, “WOW. You’re SO strong for beating cancer! Let me see how strong you are!” If you want to see more pictures, go to ‘Stay Fearless Khloe’ on Facebook! #TaylorMETKhloe #StayFearlessKhloe#FaithFamilyandTaylorSwift#NeverEverGiveUpLikeEver #ThankyouSwifties#TaylorSwift (x)

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So last night I missed my junior prom due to being in the hospital recovering from a surgery. I was so upset about this honestly. I’d had a very rough year and was hoping that this could be an event to end my school year on a high note.

When my mom went to get movies and junk food, she was told that there would be a Teen Prom for the inpatients of the hospital. They dolled up everyone who was up for it in professional makeup, hair, nails, and formal gowns. All the while, the hospital’s tv special crew had heard about my story and made me their “princess” for the night. They followed me as I turned from a sad sick patient to a sick patient who was ready for prom.

I got to wheelchair dance and decorate masks for the “masquerade” and took photos and even talk to some other patients who weren’t feeling so well. When I thought the night couldn’t get any better, I was named Prom Queen of the first ever St. Louis Children’s Hospital Teen Prom.

Even now, thinking about last night, I can’t explain my happiness and gratitude. I never could’ve imagined a night like that and Children’s made it possible.

Thank you, a million times, thank you.