A 13-year old girl suffering from a chronic kidney disease gets first class treatment fit for a "diva". Lorie Stanleys wish to have a special day began with a limousine ride Saturday where she found gifts ranging from a cell phone, to a television, and a computer. The teens wish came true thanks to Owensboros Dream Factory. They used grant money to fund the big day after learning of her battle against renal failure. The teen says the biggest moment for her was when the limousine first pulled up to her house. She says she wanted to cry because she never rode in one before and always wanted to. Lorie received a kidney transplant two months ago and is now expected to do well. Her day also included a one-thousand dollar shopping spree and lunch at buffalo wild wings.