Little Red Wagon on DVD

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Guess what comes out on DVD today?
You may remember that Little Red Wagon was filmed in Charleston and premiered here back in October. I got to interview the real-life star of the story, Zach Bonner, attend the premier, and basically got all excited about this movie. Now is your chance. Not only can you zip on over to Wal-Mart and pick one up today, the good people at Grace Hill Media have given me two DVDs to give you.

For a chance to win, tell me which quote from my interview with Zach inspires you most, and why:

"It’s like you learn in kindergarten: if you have extra crayons, you share them."

"Suddenly, all your struggles become so small compared to what they are going through."

"Think of ways you can help fill the need."


"Listening is really important. It is one of the most important things parents can do to encourage their kids."

"If I’ve only made a difference in one child’s life, it would be completely worth it." 


Two winners will be picked at random and announced on Saturday, the 12th. Good luck!
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5 Responses to “Little Red Wagon on DVD”

  1. As a mom of 2 boys and a teacher, the quote that most resonates with me is:


    "If I’ve only made a difference in one child’s life, it would be completely worth it."

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  2. "Listening is really important. It is one of the most important things parents can do to encourage their kids."
    I don't think of myself as a big talker, but when it comes to my kids, apparently I can go on and on and on. . . :-) This quote was a good reminder!

    Steph

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  3. "Suddenly, all your struggles become so small compared to what they are going through."

    As a nurse, I have seen this more times than I can count. Often, the struggles of my patients and families are something I truly cannot comprehend. As you have heard me say, working in our downtown schools opened my eyes...forever...and for the better. No matter what I think I am struggling with, it is nothing. I have a loving family, a roof over my head, a car, healthy kids and way too much stuff!! I wish I could do a better job each day remembering that my struggles are so small!!

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