Above: Sam Scott, 6, concentrated on stitching her dream pillow. Each girl was encouraged to open her pillow at age 16.

Left: Each girl filled her dream pillow with a dream for the future. This is Sam Scott's pillow. She wants to be a singer.
Above: Sam Scott, 6, concentrated on stitching her dream pillow. Each girl was encouraged to open her pillow at age 16. Left: Each girl filled her dream pillow with a dream for the future. This is Sam Scott's pillow. She wants to be a singer. Courtesy of UKHealthcare
Above: Sam Scott, 6, concentrated on stitching her dream pillow. Each girl was encouraged to open her pillow at age 16. Left: Each girl filled her dream pillow with a dream for the future. This is Sam Scott's pillow. She wants to be a singer. Courtesy of UKHealthcare

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