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father, Kevin Sharkey, the founder of Molly's House.And, fittingly, that window seat is the spot where any tour of Molly's House begins.Molly's House is a three story, 14 bedroom, 14 bath Victorian style home on Osceola Street. Along the same vein as a Ronald McDonald House, it offers family members with relatives in the hospital a place to sleep, rest and simply relax between visits. It is a house of respite, catering to out of town (or in town) guests who need the chance to recharge during what is often a very trying time.It is the realization of a dream by Molly Sharkey, a Sewall's Point teenager who was diagnosed with myelogenous leukemia in 1986. During the course of her treatment her parents, Kevin and Debbie, spent time in Ronald McDonald Houses all over the nation.Before she died at 18 in 1992, Molly completely and concisely outlined the details of the house in a diary she left behind, down to the amount of rooms it would have. Financial donations, in kind trade services and volunteers rallied behind the idea, allowing Molly's House to open its doors in 1996.Molly is represented throughout the home, from a doll collection to her idea for the living room to, of course, the window seat to one of the most moving photos in the area. In a large photo taken the day the foundation for the home was being poured, a volunteer board member is pictured standing next to the foundation, to his left is the shadow of a perfectly formed angel, facing the new cement."We had no idea that was there until we got the picture developed and looked at it later," Kevin Sharkey said. "She never got to see the house, but she knew it was going to be there."In time, Molly's House has turned into more than a place where guests can spend the night, or the week. Parents of Molly's classmates Rolex Submariner Price New
have come by after their own children passed, asking to leave a momento in their memory. Some come just to be in the house, absorbing comfort from Molly's memory, Kevin Sharkey said.More than 12,000 guests have slept in the 14 uniquely designed bedrooms since the doors opened, many paying the suggested (not mandatory) $20 per night donation. That money helps defray the cost of operations, as do special events such as the upcoming Polo Charity Event.Each month those guests walk past the new decorations that adorn the walls, part of the Art and Healing program Prada Bags Original which not only changes the look of the interior, but highlights many local artists."We would trade all this in a minute to be able to have Molly back," Kevin Sharkey said. "You try to make it feel like you have moved on, but you never do. It helps having something significant to represent your child and know that it's helping others as well."Molly House Rolex Gmt Master Ii
It all begins with the window seat. Without stopping in the library to see the home's only window seat, any trip through Molly's House can be described as incomplete.That window seat is what Molly's House is all about. It is the place Molly Sharkey dreamt about. One of the few places where the disease that was ravaging her body was put in the backseat, if only for a few minutes.It is Molly's window seat, even if Molly never looked out that window."It was Molly's dream to sit there with her cat and a book and just look out the window," said Molly's Rolex Explorer Ii 16570 Polar
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