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I let one of my students sleep yesterday during class. She NEVER sleeps in my class so I figured something was up. This morning she kept thanking me for letting her rest. Turns out her 2 year old was sick and was in the ER all night. Moral: have compassion for your students.
— Rae 🌻🌱 (@raediancee) October 24, 2019
I put my son in private school and he was very sad because he had to leave his best friend Barrett. It’s been 3 months since he has been in his new school. And today the teacher said they have a new student. AND GUESS WHO IT IS! BARRETT!! pic.twitter.com/rQlvELKqQh
— #JustOne™️ (@TheRealJO_) October 31, 2019
I put this donut pillow on my dog 20 minutes ago and he loves it and won't let me take it off pic.twitter.com/b00WeRWcPL
— Brielle (@briellewestwood) October 5, 2016
My donor was a young girl who was very caring & had many hobbies. She loved school & was gonna do big things w her life. She seemed pretty freaking awesome. A beautiful soul. Admired by all.
I’ll put this 💚 to good use, babe.
Thank you from the bottom of … our heart.
— Alin Gragossian, DO, MPH (@AG_EM33) May 3, 2019
Women are so adorable when you compliment their dress and the dress has pockets lol
“Hey! Thats a really nice dress!”
Woman: Thanks! IT HAS POCKETS! 😃
And then she puts her hands in them and show you lol
— We love you Alex. $1,995🧡 (@TheOTAPShow) August 20, 2018
I feel really weird about turning 30.
Tonight, my grandma asked how old I was turning & I didn't want to say it…
& she said 30?
I said yes.
She says, "You mean I've gotten to know you that long?" "Wow…… Isn't that nice?"
It was so sincere.
😭 I no longer feel weird.
— [JamesDerry'l] (@jamesderryl) February 2, 2019
My son learned the word “delicious” recently, except he pronounces it “decisions” so now you just see him walking around the house sipping on his water bottle going:
— Ali The Ansari (@AliTheAnsari) October 2, 2019
Our neighbor added a spot in his fence so his dog can say hi to us and this is what my pictures will consist of from now on. pic.twitter.com/lJKb0xaHDi
— Julie Weatherbee (@juliewbee) August 26, 2019
This man I work with is a single dad with a 15 year old daughter who’s recently turned vegan, and every time I see him he asks me what I’m having for lunch that day and writes it down for her if he thinks it’s something she’d like 😢😢 my heart
— Lauren 🌻 (@laurenevie_) July 18, 2019
some things never change pic.twitter.com/fzMi3k5ts9
— alliah (@dawsonalliah) April 22, 2018
“In a world where you can be anything, be kind.”
Peyton is only 6 but believe me when I say she is going to change the world one day.
And yes, I did cry. pic.twitter.com/1NltpIS6p4
— KATT (@_Kattaway) May 4, 2018
i got broken up with today and i came home to this pic.twitter.com/nh3h9SuN1X
— alex reiley! (@itsalexreiley) March 28, 2018
It’s taken me until 27 years old to feel strong enough to show affection to another man in public… It’s been a journey, but I’m glad I’m here 🏳️🌈❤️ pic.twitter.com/LWk2J2yqLg
— Ben Hunte (@BenInLDN) August 11, 2019
neighbors left this on the door.. im gonna bake them some cookies 😭 pic.twitter.com/SQ0BiF6yTW
— kitten heel phobic (@KittyBeeJr) December 14, 2020
Ran into a guy I played football with in high school today. As he’s introducing me to his gf he says, “This is John he was the only popular kid in high school who didn’t bully me. He was actually my friend.”
Just a reminder that people never forget how you make them feel
— J-Ryz (@j_ryz) October 2, 2020
My 5 year old’s kindergarten teacher doesn’t refer to the kids’ mom or dad (or even parents) – she refers to “your grown ups.” It’s such a kind, inclusive way to assume nothing & include all sorts of caregiving & family arrangements.
I love it 😊
— NurseKelsey (@nursekelsey) September 10, 2020
Just talked to my mom, who is 84 and has advanced dementia, on the phone. She told me at the end of the conversation, "I think about you when I'm not even thinking," which I thought was a pretty profound way to express how we all feel about those we love.
— Greg Michie (@GregoryMichie) April 9, 2020
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