Santa shows up early just for Cody

Santa shows up early just for Cody

There are 23 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Dec 15, 2009, titled Santa shows up early just for Cody. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

Cody Esphorst, 7, hugs Santa Claus who made a visit to his Torrance home. Torrance police and fire department escorted Santa to Cody s family home in Torrance, where the kids got presents and, afterwards, all went to Knott s Berry Farm in a limosine.

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TMZ

Redondo Beach, CA

#1 Dec 15, 2009
God bless
The OBrien Family

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Dec 16, 2009
God Bless him and his family! You are in our prayers!
Dawn Morrison

Murrieta, CA

#3 Dec 16, 2009
Out here in the I.E. we are all thinking of your family & of course Cody and I am praying often for him!
1rotom

Moreno Valley, CA

#4 Dec 16, 2009
Its nice to see a well deserving child get everything he wished for and more. It makes you think about how little our problems are when a family has that to worry about everyday. I hope Cody will see many more Holiday's in his future. I would also like to thank the Torrance Police Department for taking the time out of their busy day to make Cody's dreams come true. The Torrance Police Officer's Association has proven over and over again that community is the bread and butter of their organization. They have always given and supported the community in the pass, but this was an amazing contribution. Thanks again TPOA, and MERRY CHRISTMAS CODY. You will always be in my thoughts.
U must be crazy

Tijuana, Mexico

#5 Dec 16, 2009
Wish i could have been there
Community Member

San Bernardino, CA

#6 Dec 16, 2009
SWEET!!!!! Thanks for a great story Daily Breeze. God bless Cody and their entire family. And MERRY CHRISTMAS! Ho Ho Ho!!!
d4davis

Redlands, CA

#7 Dec 16, 2009
My son was Cody's "Big Buddy" at school last year and just LOVES this little boy. He is such a wonderful child full of love and joy. Our families thought and prayers go out to Cody and his family.
ArlingtonFlorist

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Dec 16, 2009
It was a blessing to be part of this awesome day. A special big thanks to Marissa and Christine for all their time and efforts planning this all. Also Torrance Police and Fire Dept. I knew we can count on you guys to help make this wish come true. I could not stop smiling and crying at the same time to see the joy in the kids' eyes. This is truly what Christmas is all about. God Bless Cody and Family.

Special Thank You to those who came out to Outback Steakhouse last night to support Cody's Cause.

Also Monday from 5-10pm TGIF in Torrance & Puente Hills is offering 20% of sales to Cody's Cause. PLease come support.

If you would like to make a contribution to Cody's Cause you can also contact Arlington Florist in Torrance.
Conservative

Fresno, CA

#9 Dec 16, 2009
My heart goes out to this little cutie pie who has endured more at his young age than most of us will in a lifetime.This was a great gesture and act of kindness,which we need more of in this world.
d4davis

Redlands, CA

#10 Dec 16, 2009
We would love to know about events like Outback and TGIF. How can we get involved?

Thanks!
ArlingtonFlorist wrote:
It was a blessing to be part of this awesome day. A special big thanks to Marissa and Christine for all their time and efforts planning this all. Also Torrance Police and Fire Dept. I knew we can count on you guys to help make this wish come true. I could not stop smiling and crying at the same time to see the joy in the kids' eyes. This is truly what Christmas is all about. God Bless Cody and Family.
Special Thank You to those who came out to Outback Steakhouse last night to support Cody's Cause.
Also Monday from 5-10pm TGIF in Torrance & Puente Hills is offering 20% of sales to Cody's Cause. PLease come support.
If you would like to make a contribution to Cody's Cause you can also contact Arlington Florist in Torrance.
bjv

AOL

#11 Dec 16, 2009
My own "problems" just became very small. Bless this sweet boy and all his family and friends. He has wonderful caring parents.
Big Pedran

Walnut Creek, CA

#12 Dec 16, 2009
San Pedro loves little Cody.
venablelaura

AOL

#13 Dec 16, 2009
TO MY SWEETHEART. WE ALL OUT HERE IN Grand Junction colo WE.Are all praying for you and your family.YOUR COUISNS CLASSROOMS all wrote you cards hope you enjoy them we all love you very much your great auntie LALA
venablelaura

AOL

#14 Dec 16, 2009
THANKS TO EVERYONE THAT HELPS Cody cause. May GOD bless all of you AND MAY YOU ALL HAVE A MERRY MAS.and a HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Emma

Torrance, CA

#15 Dec 16, 2009
Cody god bless you and your family! We love seeing you at the Park!
Arlingtonflorist

United States

#16 Dec 16, 2009
just have dinner and spread the word about Monday 12/21 5-10pm tell them u are there for Cody's Cause ... Also a website is going up soon if u want to email me I can keep u posted... [email protected]
d4davis wrote:
We would love to know about events like Outback and TGIF. How can we get involved?
Thanks!
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Since: Dec 09

Bangalore, India

#17 Dec 17, 2009
Well merry Christmas may god bless all of you..........
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#18 Dec 17, 2009
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Maria

Torrance, CA

#19 Dec 18, 2009
Sending my thoughts and prayers to the family! Merry Christmas Cody, what an amazing day you must of had!
Public Servants

Anaheim, CA

#20 Dec 18, 2009
Merry Christmas to Cody and his family. Life is very fragile and it could be the last day for any one of us. Everyone should cherish and hold dear every single minute of every single day. Spend time with those you love as that is the only thing that matters. God bless you all and all of the wonderful public servants in Torrance who do good deeds every day, not for a photo op or a newspaper story, but for the good feeling it brings to their hearts. Police Officers, Fire-fighters, Librarians, trash truck drivers, water workers, tree trimmers, those who fix the potholes and sidewalks....all are serving us every day, giving of their time, skills and knowledge. They drop their personal lives at the drop of a hat to serve the community when disasters hit no matter that it is the middle of the night when the water main breaks or the tree limb falls in the street or the traffic signals go out. Thank you to all Torrance public servants and Merry Christmas.

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