Aquaman Star Jason Momoa Makes MA Boy Fighting Brain Cancer Very Happy
Seriously, I had to shut my door to my office because I was openly weeping at this story.
Three years ago, according to a report from WBZ, when Danny Sheehan of Marshfield, Mass was 4 years old, he was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer. Danny and his family have been in a battle for Danny's life ever since. He is well known in the Marshfield community. Last Summer, Danny was sworn in as an honorary Marshfield Police Officer, according to WBZ.
Because Danny is well-known in Marshfield, photographer Corey Taylor offered a holiday photo shoot for the family. After they took the pictures, Corey surprised Danny with a bunch of gifts. One of them was the Aquaman Action Figure. If you watched the video above, you saw Danny's reaction.
That reaction, because it was so real, got in to the hands of the one and only, Aquaman, Jason Momoa. The follow up report from WBZ says that Danny got to FaceTime with the one and only, Aquaman himself, Jason Momoa. They talked for 15 minutes.
Danny's mother said that she, her husband and Danny have decided since his diagnosis to make every day count.
Every day has to count. Every day is special because there is going to come a day when he's not going to be here with us and I want to be able to look back on that and know that not only did he impact our lives, but he impacted the lives of others.
The family has a GoFundMe page set up for them for medical costs. At the time of this article, it was more than $113,000!