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"Princess Tara's" Special Day
Cancer patient, 8, becomes princess for a day. Close to 1,000 people, mostly strangers, poured into the streets in Chantilly, Virginia to cheer on Tara, a very special 8-year-old battling brain cancer, as she paraded through town in her very own horse-drawn carriage.
Sue Harmon and John Moore with Karry provided the carriage for "Princess Tara's" special day. With four knights bowing, flower petals flying with bouquets and septers being presented and most of all the hugh crowd of well-wishers to cheer her on "Princess Tara" had her special carriage ride provided by Harmon's Carriages.
Sue Harmon stated that in all of her years of doing rides and even 20 years in the future when she is asked what was her most memorable event it will be "Princess Tara's Carriage Ride." She said if even topped bringing in the Christmas Tree to the White House.
John Moore's daughter went three places to find cotton candy, Karry's favorite treat, so that Tara could feed him a goodie after her ride. So many people did special little things for a little girl they did not even know that it was so very special. We are grateful to have been a part of this happening.
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