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Shalynn is artistic, creative and loves to use her hands........the art play center at 41st and memorial seemed the perfect place to take a young girl whose a little shy at first, but dazzles all with her beautiful smile.

With a number of items to choose from, shalynn didn't linger, picking an angel almost immediately. She was just as quick to decide on a color, make that colors.

 "sounds like blue is your favorite color. No, pink. Pink is your favorite? Pink, blue, yellow, skin color, purple, green."

Throughout her time at the art play center, shalynn was very polite, especially for someone so young.

 "you are very good at that, very careful. Thank you."

 "are you going to need a skin color for your angel? Yes please. So polite."

Shalynn doesn't spend all her time indoors, she loves to go outside and play, including riding her bike and playing basketball and soccer.

 "how old are you, 22? No. No? Little number, littler than that."

At seven years old shalynn loves school, including the enrichment program in first grade and playing with her friends.

Friends,,,,that will be happy to see her work of art and more than happy to share their time. If you have a home and love to share.....shalynn is waiting.......

 if you can give shalynn a forever home....call 866-612-2565 for more information. You can also call for info on any of the kids we've featured on waiting child.

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