Staff Photo: Erin Evans. Perry Goss, left, and his brother-in-law Leslie Bishop remove the door of a two-room playhouse they have built to fulfill the wish of a 7-year-old Americus boy. They are about to begin painting the 8-by-3-feet-building so it can be delivered to the youngster, whose name is Jayden and is wheelchair bound with Pompe disease, in time for his birthday on Saturday. Jayden told the folks at Make A Wish Foundation that he wanted a playhouse where he could play with his friends, color and that had a basketball hoop inside. "I want to play with my friends so that Mom will leave me alone so I can have fun," he said. Leslie and Sandra Bishop of Covington work with the Foundation through AT&T and decided they'd like to make a youngster's wish come true themselves. They got together with Sandra's brother Perry, as well as a few more family members and friends, and began working on the playhouse just 10 days ago. "We've been building it since last Tuesday ... we'll deliver it Saturday since they told us Saturday was his birthday. We'll go to Americus and finish it on site," Sandra Bishop said. The Make a Wish Foundation fulfills wishes for children with a life-threatening medical condition.

Staff Photo: Erin Evans. Perry Goss, left, and his brother-in-law Leslie Bishop remove the door of a two-room playhouse they have built to fulfill the wish of a 7-year-old Americus boy. They are about to begin painting the 8-by-3-feet-building so it can be delivered to the youngster, whose name is Jayden and is wheelchair bound with Pompe disease, in time for his birthday on Saturday. Jayden told the folks at Make A Wish Foundation that he wanted a playhouse where he could play with his friends, color and that had a basketball hoop inside. "I want to play with my friends so that Mom will leave me alone so I can have fun," he said. Leslie and Sandra Bishop of Covington work with the Foundation through AT&T and decided they'd like to make a youngster's wish come true themselves. They got together with Sandra's brother Perry, as well as a few more family members and friends, and began working on the playhouse just 10 days ago. "We've been building it since last Tuesday ... we'll deliver it Saturday since they told us Saturday was his birthday. We'll go to Americus and finish it on site," Sandra Bishop said. The Make a Wish Foundation fulfills wishes for children with a life-threatening medical condition.

Perry Goss, left, and his brother-in-law Leslie Bishop remove the door of a two-room playhouse they have built to fulfill the wish of a 7-year-old Americus boy. They are about to begin painting the 8-by-13-feet-building so it can be delivered to the youngster, whose name is Jayden and is wheelchair bound with Pompe disease, in time for his birthday on Saturday. Jayden told the folks at Make A Wish Foundation that he wanted a playhouse where he could play with his friends, color and that had a basketball hoop inside. "I want to play with my friends so that Mom will leave me alone so I can have fun," he said. Leslie and Sandra Bishop of Covington work with the Foundation through AT&T and decided they'd like to make a youngster's wish come true themselves. They got together with Sandra's brother Perry, as well as a few more family members and friends, and began working on the playhouse just 10 days ago. "We've been building it since last Tuesday ... we'll deliver it Saturday since they told us Saturday was his birthday. We'll go to Americus and finish it on site," Sandra Bishop said. The Make a Wish Foundation fulfills wishes for children with a life-threatening medical condition.