"My story is about a five year old boy named Jaxon that recently was dignosed with a PNET Brain Tumor. Jaxon has to stay at the Childrens Hospital during the week for chemo and radiation, he gets to come home on the weekends. Jaxon needs his own wagon to travel back and forth to treatments, the red wagon would help ease his fears and anxiety of the hospital and treatments. The Childrens Hospital does not have enough wagons for all of the cancer patients. Jaxon lives with his parents and little sister in Northwest Georgia. So, if I won a prize with this give-away I would pay it forward and give it to this special little boy. "
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We lived in a new development and it was raining for days. Some people bought the land next to ours and was trying to move in. The ground was saturated and he could not pull his car into his driveway so parked in the road. He and his 2 children were walking back and forth, through a flowing ditch, to carry their boxes in the house. I had bought 2 Radio Flyer wagons for my grandsons that Christmas and so I went over there and got the 2 boys. We went to the barn and got the wagons and enough lumber to build a temporary bridge across that ditch and moved them into their new home a big speedier than they were going before the wagons came into use. Unfortunately I do not have pictures to show you but I am sure that Lauri and Dana and their 2 boys, remember that day well.
My son Sean was hospitalized for a infection in the bone of his ear. This was 1984 he was in Children's Hospital Los Angeles. He was there for seventeen long days and nights. The most amazing moment was when we put all the kids in the Red Town and Country Wagons and a man with a guitar played children's songs and we had a parade all the parent's pulled their children. That was my son's 3rd Birthday. It was a moment of happiness for the children.