About Four Leaf Clovers

clover2.gifIn a patch of thousands of clovers there’s but one with that extra leaf, this clover has grown differently from the beginning of its time. It’s an anomaly, but it is priceless. It has a defect, but yet considered a treasure. This is our daughter, Kayla, 19 years old, with autism, blindness and non-verbal. She is our Four Leaf Clover.

momanddaughters.jpgLittle kids will sit for hours searching and seeking for that one lucky clover. The one of a kind prize!

I found one in my Grandmother’s old Bible pressed between the pages. Could it have been because it was so special? Finding this special clover may happen only once in a lifetime. Could that be why it was pressed in her Bible for so many years?

I’ve seen women wearing gold ones dangling from a chain around their neck, for luck. And I’ve been to places where luck is thought to be needed and found these not so normal clovers. I’ve even seen them framed on the walls of a businesses, for luck.

This clover that has grown differently from the beginning of its time. It’s an anomaly, but it is priceless. It’s not normal, but yet desired. It has a defect, but yet thought to be treasure. This is my daughter…desired and priceless. She is my treasure. My Lucky Four Leaf Clover!

Wanda P. Felty mother of Kayla, 19 years old, with autism, blindness and non-verbal, Kerrie, age 14 and Candace, 25.

Published in: | | on April 28th, 2007 | Comments Off on About Four Leaf Clovers