If doctors are correct that 6-year-old Addie Fausett of Utah won't live to see another Christmas, her family has arranged to make her last one memorable. When Addie, who stopped growing at age 3, said she wanted to have friends like her older sisters, her grandmother took to Facebook to make it happen, reports AP. She requested Christmas cards for her granddaughter, and now more than 1,000 arrive every day from around the world.
"Grandma just wanted to be able to tell Addie she has a lot of friends," says Addie's mother, Tami Fausett. "My mom wanted Addie to think she was really loved. It worked." Addie's condition is undiagnosed, but it is now causing damage to her brain as well as leaving her growth stalled. She had been perfectly healthy until age 3. Utah station KSL provides the address for those interested in sending a card of their own: Box 162, Fountain Green, UT 84632. (Read more uplifting news stories.)