A heartwarming photo of a 101-year-old grandmother holding her two-week-old great-granddaughter goes viral after it was posted on Life of Dad, a social media site for dads.
In the following photo, you will see 101-year-old Rosa Camfield of Gilbert, Arizona as she tenderly holds her great-granddaughter, Kaylee Hamm. Sarah Hamm, Rosa’s granddaughter and Kaylee’s mom, posted the touching photograph on social media. The photo was then shared in Life of Dads, where it quickly went viral.
Patrick Quinn, the founder of Life of Dad, said, “When I posted it, I thought a few of our fans would feel connected to it as I did. Then, within an hour, it was clear that I had underestimated the impact it would have with people as it was shared and liked hundreds of times per minute.“
The video became a hit with netizens, gaining over 80,000 shares and 2.5 million likes within a week after it was posted.
Grandma Rosa with great-granddaughter Kaylee
It seemed that a lot of people were deeply moved by the photo, especially because it shows a superb generation gap that spans 101 years. Truly amazing! Not too many people can live that long and be able to hold their great-granddaughter in their arms.
Many even posted photos of their own grandparents holding babies as well, saying they absolutely enjoyed Rosa’s picture.
Sadly, just a week after the photo was taken, grandma Rosa passed away. Still, her memory would live long, not just in the hearts of her own family but in the minds of millions of netizens across the world.
A Student Who Left His Car Lights On Got This Incredible Note When He Returned.
He left his car with its lights on, what he sees after is just the kindest!
There are instances that make us question our faith in humanity. Meanwhile, there are also stories such as this that make us believe in the innate goodness of every person. If you're having a bad day today, this one will surely make up for it.
A student from Edmonton in Alberta, Canada named Derek Murray parked his car during the day without realizing that he left its lights on. Thinking that it would easily drain his battery, a good Samaritan went out of his way to help Murray.
Derek Murray, the World's Luckiest Man.
Mom’s Facebook Apology For Kids’ Rude Behavior Goes Viral. Lesson Learned.
Two girls’ rude behavior resulted to a public apology posted by their mother on Facebook which has gone viral since.
Kyesha Smith Wood from Birmingham, Alabama dropped off her son and two daughters at the cinema one Saturday morning. Much to her disappointment and humiliation, her son told her that the two girls were 'rude and obnoxious' during the movie and was 'disrespectful' to a woman when they were asked to keep quiet.
She doesn't tolerate such untoward behavior so she ended up posting an apology on Facebook hoping to find the woman and make it up to her.
Kyesha's post has gone viral since posted on the Jefferson County Sheriff fanpage.
She was About to Lose Faith Until a Complete Stranger Proved that Heaven is For Real. Amazing!
When she was chatting with a customer, she had no idea that anyone else was listening.
While most of us are preoccupied drooling over the menu and afterwards, praising a good-quality meal, food attendants, unfortunate, are living the total opposite.
Although most people assume that pink-collared jobs are a piece of cake, whereas they are required to interact with their customers and so on, it is actually a back-aching career. Unfortunately, Brandi who happens to be a waitress on a petite café is not spared from life’s challenges.
As she struggles to provide for her son, a man who just finished a sumptuous meal cannot help from eavesdropping on the exchange of conversations between Brandi and another customer regarding her son. ...
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