Sometime in mid-March, just as the shelter-in-place order started, our table turned into an origami paper crane factory. One of Rushton’s classmates has been battling HLH since the school year started, and another friend organized an effort to make a shenbazuru. In Japanese tradition, paper cranes symbolize peace and well-being, and folding 1,000 of them makes one wish come true. It turned out beautiful, and we all hope it brightens Alexa’s days!

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Sometime in mid-March, just as the shelter-in-place order started, our table turned into an origami paper crane factory. One of Rushton’s classmates has been battling HLH since the school year started, and another friend organized an effort to make a shenbazuru. In Japanese tradition, paper cranes symbolize peace and well-being, and folding 1,000 of them makes one wish come true. It turned out beautiful, and we all hope it brightens Alexa’s days!

Sometime in mid-March, just as the shelter-in-place order started, our table turned into an origami paper crane factory. One of Rushton’s classmates has been battling HLH since the school year started, and another friend organized an effort to make a shenbazuru. In Japanese tradition, paper cranes symbolize peace and well-being, and folding 1,000 of them makes one wish come true. It turned out beautiful, and we all hope it brightens Alexa’s days!

Sometime in mid-March, just as the shelter-in-place order started, our table turned into an origami paper crane factory. One of Rushton’s classmates has been battling HLH since the school year started, and another friend organized an effort to make a shenbazuru. In Japanese tradition, paper cranes symbolize peace and well-being, and folding 1,000 of them makes one wish come true. It turned out beautiful, and we all hope it brightens Alexa’s days!

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