These people are all heroes to me. They are window washers at a children’s hospital in Pittsburgh. Can you imagine what it would feel like to be seriously ill and see Spiderman, Superman, or Batman right outside your window, waving to you with a big smile?
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Holy Batman! That just crinkled my nose and brought a wee tear to my eye. I LOVE this.!!!
Me too. Sometimes fairly simple actions can have a huge impact. Thank you for your comment.
That is AWESOME!! So clever..kudos to the person who thought of that!! Thanks for putting a smile on my heart today!
Hi, Bonnie. I agree. It is always a pleasure to put a smile on your face, my friend!
What a brilliant idea! Sure it brought such smiles to the children’s faces.
I can just see the four of them as they created and put on their costumes, and the looks they gave to each other just before they started working that day!
That is just about the sweetest thing I ever heard. 🙂
And it probably cost very little money, time and effort. It’s an amazing and wonderful thing to me as to how often the benefits of acts of kindness greatly outweigh the the cost, time, and effort involved doing them.
What a creative and great idea Diane
I agree. Thank you for taking the time to say so!
How cool!! Good for these guys and what a delight for the children when they look out their windows…
Yes indeed. Talk about a way to put smiles on childrens’ faces!