Winter’s Tail…

If you aren’t familiar with the film Dolphin Tale, it is a beautifully crafted movie specifically about a young dolphin named Winter, whose tail is compromised in a freak accident and has to be removed. Throughout the journey, and against odds, Winter is given a prosthetic tail thus greatly increasing her quality of life and her odds of survival. 
Not so specifically it is a story about attachment. It is a story about bonds. It is a story about love, and life, and will. It is not about inspiration- everything about it is simply inspiring… 
So, are you with me now about how completely awesome this movie is? 
Great, because here’s the thing- the DVD is being released on the 21st and I’ve been asked to host a giveaway! You could win your own copy, and when I say I am jealous of this- i mean I am WAY jealous… 
So, to enter, just leave a comment with a way to link back to you… The giveaway deadline is December 21st at 12:01 a.m. 
Then, in the meantime, to get a Winter fix that will warm your heart, you can watch her lovely live webcam… 
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22 thoughts on “Winter’s Tail…

  1. Little G took my mom out on a "date" to see this movie (with his own money)…((how sweet is that!?)). He LOVED the movie and has been wanting the rest of us to see it. That being said…PICK ME!

  2. I never got to see this at the movies but it looks amazing! I'd love to win this … I'm going to link this on my facebook page and hope for the best. Would make a great Christmas gift to keep for myself. You know – Merry Christmas to me!!!

  3. My daughter really wanted to see this movie as well. We got all dressed up went to the theater, to arrive and find out they just showed the last show time an hour before we arrived, thus leaving us to wait for the movie to come out on video. She was so disappointed. I tried to take her out to dinner to make up for it, but it was just a bummer.

  4. Being the dolphin lover I am, of course I saw this movie! I had followed the news story all along as well. Of course I was a little picky about the inaccuracies in the movie (no one else would really notice) the story is one for all ages to enjoy, with or without kids :)

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