But one thing is certain -- the sender's name is Taylor Swift and that's good enough for #bravenadine, as she is now known on Twitter.
Fans and local media put out the call for the country-pop superstar to step up and show some love for the 8-year-old who was struck in her left thigh with an arrow on Tuesday as she climbed on a play structure outside the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley.
"She's a huge, huge Taylor Swift fan,'' her mother said.
Police still don't know who fired the arrow, where it came from or why someone was even shooting a crossbow within 1,000 yards of the Berkeley hills museum. They are continuing to investigate the case.
But Nadine, a third-grader at a public school in Marinwood, has gone back to her regular life.
"She's doing amazing," her mother said. "She's adorable. She's bouncing around, doing her thing."
Alicia Hairston said she has "absolutely no idea" what type of gift is coming to her daughter from the pop musician. "It's gonna be a package, that's all I know."
She said a representative for Swift called the hospital while she was there with her daughter earlier this week, but she did not speak with the person. She declined to release the name of the rep or agency involved with the Swift surprise.
Representatives for Swift, who was in Newark, N.J., for a concert Friday night, were not immediately available for comment late Friday.
Although the support in the Bay Area for Nadine has been massive -- cards, flowers, toys, food, clothing and a stuffed bunny delivered to her school -- Twitter users also joined the campaign for #bravenadine. Tweets that say "C'mon Taylor Swift, give a shout-out to the brave arrow girl" are numerous and one fan tweeted "swifties we have a mission."
"She has been absolutely shocked by (all the support)," her mother said.
Source - Mercury News