JUPITER, FL -- Open wide for creativity.
For eight-year-old Quiana, this was a slice of paradise. "Go Van Cough" in Jupiter, a place where creativity is King.
That's just fine with Quiana.
"I like red, white, blue and orange," said Quiana.
While Emily put the color together, Quiana settled in with the mask she had chosen to paint.
"Well, you know what I should do every day? Paint."
Quiana will be in the fourth grade when school starts.
Right now she's enjoying her summer. She is very bright, very smart little girl who's been in the car for four years.
It's time we found Quiana a "Forever Family". She agrees.
"I need a home," Quiana said.
Four little words with huge impact.
She wants and needs the love and attention, A "Forever Family" can provide.
Even at eight years old, Quiana has big plans.
"I want to be either a dentist or a doctor. I want to help people. But for the dentist I want to help kids."
Quiana would do well in a home where there she is only child or if she has an older sister a single female or a two parent home who would be ideal for Quiana.
Quiana would add sparkle and fun to a "Forever Family."
She would love them and they would love her, this "Thursday's Child."
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