This painting is inspired by, and donated in the name and memory of my sister Bianca. Bianca was involved in a medical malpractice when she was little, which caused her to develop cerebral palsy and other medical conditions throughout her life. Despite her disabilities, Bianca was the happiest and sweetest person in everyone’s lives, and the best big sister I could’ve ever wished for. Not a day goes by where I don't think of her and how much I miss her. Being able to spend the time that I did with her is a gift, and being able to have her as a sister is something that I will cherish forever. I wanted this painting to be donated to a place with kids with disabilities and handicaps to show them any day can be a brighter day, and that they are cherished and loved. My close friend Bridget is a special education teacher at Roosevelt Elementary, and felt that this painting would be perfect for her classroom. I am so thankful for being able to create this piece for them, and hope it brings joy to them every single day. In loving memory of Bianca Alessandra Germain, forever a beautiful and loving soul.