(MT)You often ask how children spend their days in wards. Here’s Augustine diving into puzzle-laying last weekend. We are very happy that the girl has chosen such a useful activity, because puzzles are a great exercise for the brain, develop logical thinking, teach concentration, improve fine motor skills. And most importantly, they help to calm down after various procedures.
In August last year, Auguste was forced to take up the fight against oncology for the second time. Re-treatment requires incredibly strong will and infinite faith. Therefore, we admire the girl's calmness, concentration and perseverance, both in laying out the charming pictures and in her own future.