I remember how important it felt for me to go to the prom night. We were all dressed slick and it was finally the end of high school. We didn’t know that we are about to divide on different paths, and we had one last celebration to do so.
Shannon Purcifer, a 16-year-old British girl, was looking forward to enjoy a great night at the prom, but she was teased by her peers and decided to stay at home.
Shannon had a tough life surrounded with many illnesses, including ulcers and rheumatoid arthritis. She bought a beautiful dress for the prom, but decided to stay in…
She didn’t feel like going to the prom because everyone made fun of her illnesses.
Her mother, Claire, wrote on Facebook:
“She would have looked stunning if Shannon had gone to the prom tonight. However, she didn’t want to mix with the chaos causing her such misery “due” to her terrible coworkers. For a small child who had to endure so much hardship.
She is among the smartest and toughest young women I have ever met. You have my undying love.”
After the post went viral, strangers and friends alike began making contributions so she could go to the prom and have a time of her life, as she should.
All of a sudden, 120 motorcycle riders came on the front door. They couldn’t believe their eyes! When Claire saw this, she fell down to her knees and started crying. The wish for her young girl to be happy finally came true!
Thanks to the 120 riders who came to support her, Shannon had the time of her life on the prom night. Her mother was beyond proud of her girl.
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