|Published:||Dec 25, 2010 6:32 AM EST|
|Updated:||Dec 25, 2010 3:15 AM EST|
FORT MYERS, Fla-- Santa might not have made it to Southwest Florida yet, but he is making Christmas miracles come true.
The Daddona's didn't think they'd spend Christmas with their daughter and her family.
"Santa Clause gifted us with a ticket by reducing the prices of the airfare, and here we are," said Fran Daddona, who flew into Southwest International Airport on Christmas Eve.
Since they live in New York, they don't get to see them too often.
"It's fabulous. Most of the time we are doing iChat," said David Daddona.
But, tonight their computer is back home, and it's all about spending quality time with their family.
"Face to face, real hugs and maybe some splashes in the pool," David Daddona told WINK News.
The Daddona's tell WINK News they feel very lucky to be able to celebrate the holidays with the ones they love most.
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