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Little girl with rare disease reminds us all how much it means to hear from friends

Brooklyn Grace has a way to make any day a little brighter. She sent a video message that made our day.

ATLANTA — Brave Conquers Fear is happening all around us, especially in times like this. When one of our Brave Conquers Fear friends sent a message to share some great news, she also shared a reminder how much it means to hear from a friend.

Brooklyn Grace has a way to make any day a little brighter. She sent a video message that made our day. 

“Hello Miss Cheryl!” 

She was dressed up in a red dress and pink high top sneakers. 

“It’s been a little while since we talked.”

Brooklyn Grace is positive and energetic. She was born blind but she is able to recognize the beauty in people and life despite a long list of medical challenges.

“We found out about her health condition when she was 7 weeks old," her mom Lexie Hunt said.

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Brooklyn Grace never gives up.

“I’ve got some good news to tell you," she smiled. “I graduated from Pre-K!”

Celebrating her 4-year-old graduation at home with a beautiful banner of brail overhead and balloons around her. She received the best gift ever. 

“And I got a new puppy named Copper.” 

He is a beautiful black puppy who loves to snuggle in her lap. Brooklyn Grace shows us what it means to be the sunshine to someone – in any circumstance

“I hope your family is doing well," she said. “And please don’t catch the corona.”

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