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A New Pair of Work Shoes for Brian who is excited about this next part of his journey

Posted Oct 31, 2022
Brian was hit by a car at 4 years of age causing a traumatic brain injury and he has been in foster homes until he aged out. His brother came to his location so he would have a home. He started a new job working in kitchen washing dishes. His request would be these boots because he wants and needs them for his first job. He is excited to have something that would help him, and he loves his new job. These awesome non-slip shoes will keep him safe in the wet dish area and help him continue to succeed in his new job!

Brian is 50 years old and lives in MO

Brian has overcome much in his lifetime to being hit by a car to ending up going from many different homes to being able to live with his brother. Brian has since started working part time and he walks to work. He walks in many bad weather days to work. He never complains and loves that he got a part time job, and he loves taking care of others.

The Wish Story

Abilities First requests this wish for Brian.

One Simple Wish posts the wish to the website.

Awesome Human grants the wish for Brian! Thanks Awesome Human.

"Hope This Really Helps You Brian!!!"

One Simple Wish sends the gift to the Abilities First for Brian.

Abilities First receives the wish!

Brian receives the gift from Abilities First !

"Dear Wish Granter, I LOVE MY BOOTS! I have never had nice boots. I always had the ones from garage sales if I could find them. I now have my own boots that I can use and wear to my new job. I walk a mile and half to work, and I work in the kitchen. I will get there now without my feet hurting and I can stand and wash dishes without something hurting my toes. Thank you for giving me this wish as it means so much to me. I will wear them always and they will last me a long time. "

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