A year ago, Sawyer Mobley could only dream about running and playing with his friends.
Because of a lifelong battle with cystic fibrosis, his lungs were failing.
After a double-lung transplant in January, the 10-year-old is now living his dreams. Six months after the transplant, Sawyer is more the active boy he wants to be.
An open port for taking intravenous medications every several hours and lugging around an oxygen tank prevented Sawyer from participating in his favorite activities, such as playing baseball, playing with his friends and swimming.