By June, little Amy had suffered a rejection of that heart and was again struggling to breathe. But no one can deny that even for this last year, Amy's story was a success story. She laughed, and she laughed, and laughed She danced and read and talked nonstop about her plans for the future.
She had started life with successful heart surgery when just five days old. There was no known effectvie treatment. In February of she returned to preschool where she "majored" in swinging, bike riding, running and talking.