September 16, 2014

Girl Meets Unicorn in Hawaii. {Video}

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The Make-a-Wish Foundation helps to make a little girl’s dream come true.

Six-year-old Addison’s wish came true thanks to The Make-a-Wish Foundation, according to KHON2.

Addison, in remission following a two-and-a-half-year battle with lymphoid leukemia, believes that all pink unicorns live in Hawaii, so Make-a-Wish flew her there and, with the help of volunteer actors from Diamond Head Theatre and a Waimanalo horse, she became Princess Addison for a day.

Writer Alvin Chan created a script just for Addison where she was led on a magical adventure to find a flower, fruit and a unicorn in a quest to “free the queen.”

Watch Addison’s magic unfold here and, for a few minutes today, remember that sometimes dreams do come true.





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