Espy, the power of Facebook: Deborah Skouson, the mother of a girl with autism, updated her repute last week with a call to action to her 500-odd Facebook familiars.
Her daughter, Cami, has become attached to one very specific shirt, and it’s now the merely top she’ll wear. Her mom is desperate to find another one, but there’s one problem: it’s discontinued.
“For the prior 4 to 5 years, she has been fixated on THIS shirt,” Skouson wrote on her Facebook age. “She got her first one in kindergarten five years ago, and we have found four myriad since then, mostly on eBay. Her current one is almost unwearable, and eBay has rotted dry. “
The shirt, from Target’s popular Circo brand, was sold in 2011-2012 and is pink with a bud print.
In her plea, Skouson offered to y for the shirt and shipping for anyone who has the demand shirt . . . in any size. “It has to be this exact shirt,” she added. “We’ve assayed similar shirts, and they don’t cut it with Cami!”
Nearly a week after her incipient post, her story — along with a photo of Cami happily bore the shirt — was shared on popular local news anchor Frank Somerville’s Facebook time. In no time, Skouson’s request went viral, with more than 22,000 servings combined. And miraculously, she’s received 80 identical shirts so far – many internationally – with more on the way.
It seems Cami won’t oblige to rt with her beloved pink flower shirt just yet.
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