I'm sure many people will walk away from this inspiring story seeing the love of a dad for his son and how far a parent will go to help their child. I also saw an inspiring story about how when you give, you get back even more.
No matter what you see, grab a tissue. This video will make you smile and fill your heart with happiness.
Every now and then we all get in that funkafied state where we seemed to be bogged down in all the negative and forget that there is so much positive that flows through our lives each and every day.
Randy Pausch faced death and yet found the magical moments and chose to focus on them. He reminds me us to have that positive outlook on life and cherish every day...and not to waste the one we've been given. And that's the kind of legacy we should all want to achieve.
In 1998, a budding computer animator named Victor Navone decided to teach himself a little bit about the fine art of 3D animation. The end result of his work was an alien he named Blit Wizbok. Blit’s first starring role was a 45-second long movie called “Alien Song” which, although brief, took almost 250 hours to complete.
In December of 1999, someone emailed “Alien Song” to the president of Pixar Animation Studios. (Cue the “We're In The Money” theme song...)
The 250 hours spent creating Blit paid off, as Victor Navone ended up working full time at Pixar and has since worked on such films as Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, Toy Story 3 and WALL-E.
Your kids will love this, and I dare you not to burst out laughing at the end…
~Eileen Fisher: Yummy Mummy Club Coordinator~