The Heart of Christmas DVD Review (&giveaway)

     Last night I watched the amazing story of Dax Locke, a young child diagnosed with leukemia and his family wanting to give him one last Christmas.
Based on a true story that gained national attention, the film tells the
story of Austin and Julie Locke, who are devastated to learn that their
young son Dax has been diagnosed with cancer. With courage, determination
and faith they decide to give the boy one last Christmas – even if it has
to be in October! When the community sees their decorations and learns the
truth of what’s going on in their home, a truly moving outpouring of care
and support occurs that people really need to see to believe.


It was such a great story and movie, had me in tears through out the whole film. It’s amazing how strong Dax was, how the community got involved, how strong his parents were, how strong and happy all the kids & families in the hospital were(okay, I’m starting to tear up again). Always remember to “Cherish every moment”. 
The DVD was released October 16th , it would make a great movie night with your family this holiday season so go buy it or rent it, you won’t be disappointed. 
For more information about this inspiring true story of hope and compassion, visit the Dax Locke Foundation website at: http://www.daxlocke.org. To make a donation to the Dax Locke Foundation click here and/or buy something from the Dax Store, all proceeds go to the foundation.


And I’m happy to announce I was given an extra copy of the DVD to give to one of my readers. Enter below, very easy. Ends 11/28

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I was provided with a copy of the DVD for my review, however all the opinions expressed here are my own.
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