Custom T-Shirts for miracles

I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - over 3 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"My friends daughter (Shannon) had cancer as a toddler. For many years she was great. Shannon has a 2 year old and a 7 year old. The cancer returned again, but not the same kind. After fighting a courageous baattle she was able to come home. Not long after when went for a scan, it showed the cancer was back again. At this time I decided that we needed to show our support for Shannon by creating a T Shirt that represented her faith in God and Miracles. This is how the shirt came to be called "I Believe In Miracles" We formed a small group (Team Shannon) and wore our shirts to the hospital to support her while she was in surgery. At this time we are waiting to see what the doctors have to say, but we will continue to wear our shirts for a very long time! We love you Shannon! Thank you CustomInk. for making your web page so easy. It helped me find the perfect pictures and the printing on the shirts were great. We were so pleased with the out come."

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I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - over 3 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"THIS IS SHANNON BEFORE SHE WENT INTO SURGERY. SHE WAS WEARING HER "TEAM SHANNON" SHIRT"

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I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - over 3 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"My friends daughter (Shannon) had cancer as a toddler. For many years she was great. Shannon has a 2 year old and a 7 year old. The cancer returned again, but not the same kind. After fighting a courageous battle, she was able to come home. Not long after when she went for a scan, it showed the cancer was back again. At this time I decided that we needed to show our support for Shannon by creating a T Shirt that represented her faith in God and Miracles. This is how the shirt came to be called "I Believe In Miracles". We formed a small group (Team Shannon) and wore our shirts to the hospital to support her while she was in surgery. At this time we are waiting to see what the doctors have to say, but we will continue to wear our shirts for a very long time! We love you Shannon. "

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