An eight-year-old Sequatchie County boy is just begging to get better after battling a bleeding disorder his whole life.
Well, to aid in his recovery, guess what he is getting thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation?
A trip to Disney World.
Korbin Way and his family will be flying to Disney World later this month, but he admits he is a little afraid of flying.
The Chattanooga Airport said we can't have that, so they gave him tour of plane, just to get him accustomed to it.
He also got up close and personal with a fire truck, and how could we forget the pizza party and Mickey Mouse Cupcakes afterward.
Korbin Way, the Wish Recipient, says, "Fun, cool, excited."
Bob Lewis, with Make-A-Wish, adds, "The number one great reason why we grant wishes to children is because they have a better outcome, and a better survivability of their disease, so we a part of his healthcare system."
Another cute side note, since learning of this Disney trip, Korbin has been literally checking the days off his calendar with a pen.