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Little Boys See Man In Wheelchair Shoveling Sidewalk, Then Beg Dad To Pull Over.

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At InspireMore, we’ve seen kids go to extraordinary lengths to help brighten the day of a total stranger. When Tara Wood and her daughter Norah were at the grocery store picking up cupcakes for the little one’s birthday when something beautiful began to unfold. From Norah’s perch in the shopping cart, she spotted an elderly man coming towards them. To Tara’s surprise, her young daughter called out to him and absolutely made his day.
Then there was the story of Rodney Smith Junior. The college student was driving through his neighborhood when he noticed an elderly couple struggling to mow their lawn. In response, he rallied dozens of young men from the area to spruce up not only the couple in question’s lawn, but hundreds of others throughout Huntsville, Alabama.
Now, we have another heartwarming story to throw into the mix.
Daniel Medina was driving home Sunday night with his two young sons when they noticed a wheelchair bound man struggling to shovel his driveway. Medina’s sons asked him to stop the truck so they could help the man out.
Medina snapped the photo and wrote the caption below, and it has since gone viral for all the right reasons.
Proud dad moment we’re driving down S60th St near Morgan and my two sons aged 10 and 6 asked me to pull over because they just seen a guy in a wheelchair trying to shovel his corner lot and they wanted to help,” Medina wrote on Facebook.
This is definitely a moment that would make any parent proud and shows there is hope for the future!
Share this wonderful gesture of selfless service today!
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