Emelia, 16, along with her little brother Joaquin and friend Marifern, created a stunning tile for the The Tile Project Wall. All three are very talented artists from Chihuahua, Mexico. Emelia is waiting for a new liver, meanwhile, Marifern is recovering from her own liver transplant.
Mrs. Maria Trevino, with her husband Cisco, comes from West Laco, Texas to Nora’s Home because she is waiting to receive 2 new lungs. In the meantime, she has created a beautiful tile that echoes the Nora’s Home emblem.
Alex Hundley created this tile with help from his father Charles Hundley. Charles and his wife, Barbara, are the parents of twin boys. Their other 14yr old son, Christopher, recently had a lung transplant and is in recovery. The Hundley family come to us from Fountain, Colorado.
“Nora’s Home is not a hotel: it is a haven where guests support one another through shared experiences.”
By Wally, a long-term resident of Nora’s Home. Wally is a heart transplant patient at Texas Children’s Hospital who is currently in recovery. Wally was the first person to create a tile, encouraging other residents to follow suit and ultimately leading to the success of The Tile Project. Thank you Wally!