Ethan’s Army – Single

Ethan Wudyka, 8, receives a kiss from his Grandma, Debbie  LeVasseur as he watches the movie, Flushed Away, and she whispers to him, "Did you remember or did you forget?" Ethan was silent so she continued, "You are the bravest boy I have ever met," said LeVasseur with tears in her eyes. Ethan shakes his head and says, "yes." Before walking away LeVasseur said, "Don't you forget you are the bravest little boy." Ethan was diagnosed with a very rare incurable form of brain cancer, only 14 kids have ever been diagnosed with it.

Ethan Wudyka, 8, receives a kiss from his Grandma, Debbie LeVasseur as he watches the movie, Flushed Away, and she whispers to him, “Did you remember or did you forget?” Ethan was silent so she continued, “You are the bravest boy I have ever met,” said LeVasseur with tears in her eyes. Ethan shakes his head and says, “yes.” Before walking away LeVasseur said, “Don’t you forget you are the bravest little boy.” Ethan was diagnosed with a very rare incurable form of brain cancer, only 14 kids have ever been diagnosed with it.

Ethan Wudyka, 8, receives a kiss from his Grandma, Debbie  LeVasseur as he watches the movie, Flushed Away, and she whispers to him, "Did you remember or did you forget?" Ethan was silent so she continued, "You are the bravest boy I have ever met," said LeVasseur with tears in her eyes. Ethan shakes his head and says, "yes." Before walking away LeVasseur said, "Don't you forget you are the bravest little boy." Ethan was diagnosed with a very rare incurable form of brain cancer, only 14 kids have ever been diagnosed with it.

Ethan Wudyka, 8, receives a kiss from his Grandma, Debbie LeVasseur as he watches the movie, Flushed Away, and she whispers to him, “Did you remember or did you forget?” Ethan was silent so she continued, “You are the bravest boy I have ever met,” said LeVasseur with tears in her eyes. Ethan shakes his head and says, “yes.” Before walking away LeVasseur said, “Don’t you forget you are the bravest little boy.” Ethan was diagnosed with a very rare incurable form of brain cancer, only 14 kids have ever been diagnosed with it.

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