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Mom and Daughter’s Selfie Tradition Goes Viral Because of Heartbreaking Last Pic

“I started tearing up when I saw the Starbucks cup.”

Mark Andrew





Few things are more heartwarming than seeing the love between a child and a parent. This has once again been proven by a series of photos shared online by Twitter user @nanatat07.

Apparently, the Twitter netizen nas a bi-annual tradition of taking selfies with her mother. The latest picture, however, has left the whole world in tears.

The photos have quickly gone viral after @nanatat07 shared them online.

As the teen wrote in her post:

“Yesterday was my last day of high school. For 4 years I’ve taken pictures with my mom on my first and last days of school. She wasn’t able to make it for the last one, but her strength motivated me to stay strong during this time. All of my hard work is for her!”

Check out the photos below and see for yourself. And yes, we encourage you to prepare your tissues!

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Like we mentioned, the photo series has since achieved viral popularity on the internet, not only after being shared and liked by numerous netizens but also after several news sources also picked up on the story.

Twitter users were quick to react about the emotional post, with many of them commending the teen for her achievement – and for loving her mother that much.

Even the official Starbucks Coffee account left a comment on the tweet.

Meanwhile, the teen admitted that she felt overwhelmed with all the positive reaction. She later posted:

“Thank you for all of the kind words and support, it means a lot! The replies have me crying because I never noticed our close bond showed through like this and I’m so glad it did.”

Kudos to this good daughter for continuing the tradition and for finishing her schooling, too. We bet her mother is truly proud of her!

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In Just Two Hours, 9-Year-Old Boy Makes $6,000 For Running A Lemonade Stand

This story restores our faith in humanity.

Mark Andrew



Merely 9 years of age, Andrew Emery of South Carolina has recently gained popularity via social media because of his good heart. Apparently, Andrew’s baby brother Dylan is sick with a rare and deadly type of neurological condition and so he wanted to help out with the medical expenses.

Eventually, the boy decided to put up a lemonade stand in Greenwood and sold lemonade and shirts for his baby brother. In just two hours, Andrew was able to raise almost $6,000.

Andrew Emery wanted to help raise money for baby Dylan’s medical bills so he sold lemonades and shirts.

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Would-Be Father Loses Weight, Transforms Beer Belly To 6-Pack Abs In Only 56 Days

He does not want his weight to hinder his future fatherly duties.

Vincent Alocada



While many people struggle to lose weight, John Lipsey, has left many in awe after transforming his love handles into washboard abs in just a matter of 56 days. As he is expecting to be a first-time father later this year, Lipsey knew he had to lose weight so that he can fulfill his would-be-fatherly duties more effectively in the years to come.

Ironically, despite being the editor-in-chief of Men's Fitness magazine, Lipsey never paid attention to his own weight. For him then, weight was an issue to people much younger than his age. However, everything changed when he learned that he will become a first-time father later this year, and if he continued to disregard his weight, he may not be an ideal dad to his yet-to-be-born child in the future.

While John Lipsey is an editor-in-chief of a fitness magazine, he never pressured himself to lose weight.

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Grandma Finishes Associate Degree at 89-Years-Old, Plans To Earn History Major Next

Learning is a lifelong process after all.

Vincent Alocada



Ella Washington is a living proof that you can never be too old to accomplish your goals. At 89-years-old, the woman who was born in rural North Carolina and raised 12 children while working a full-time job, recently received her associate degree in interdisciplinary studies after letting her education take a back seat when she was still younger.

Washington was only able to complete grade 6 when she was young as she had to work in their family farm. After having her own family, she moved to Washington D.C. and took on several jobs to help provide for her children.

Ella Washington had to let her education take a back seat when she was young as she had to help in their family farm in North Carolina.

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