If your faith in today's youth isn't restored by the end of this post, then there's something seriously wrong!
Meet Tinney Davidson, an 84-year-old woman from Comox, British Columbia who began waving to children as they pass by everyday on their way to school!
The tradition began back in 2007 with her late husband Ken Davidson when they noticed the youngsters looking into their home! Even after he passed away a couple of years ago, Tinney continued to wave at the students in an attempt to brighten up their days!
Well the high schoolers definitely took notice and decided to show her just how much she means to them by inviting her Highland Seconday School on Valentine's Day! When Tinney arrived, she was showered with homemade cards and shown a video of students thanking her for all of the love she's shown them over the years!
Can someone get us a box of tissues over here?!?
Ch-ch-check out the incredibly heartwarming video …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Now this is a prank we can get behind!
At North Attleboro High School in Massachusetts, students arrived at school to find an amazing surprise on their lockers!
But when they asked their teachers about it, the staff was just as surprised as the students were!
Someone had placed
We didn't expect such a grand baby bump already!
The Office star Jenna Fischer only recently announced that she was pregnant and she and her husband Lee Kirk were expecting their second child!
And now we got a fantastic look at that bump when Jenna was doing some errands after dropping off her son Weston Lee at school this past Thursday!
As for Jenna - it sounds like she won't be going on any crazy pregnancy diet while she's toting her second child — the lady recently tweeted:
A mother living in Texas is furious that her son is in trouble at school! Especially since part of the reason he's in trouble is because he told the truth!
Christi Seale's 17-year-old son Chaz was in a rush to school when he accidentally grabbed a beer can from the fridge instead of a soda can. Something that his momma can totally verify!
Something magical happened recently in Kansas City, Missouri.
At the annual Jackson County Spelling Bee this past Saturday the competition had been narrowed down from 25 students to two students after 19 rounds. Which would indicate that the end was near.
However, neither fifth-grader Sophia Hoffman nor seventh-grader Kush Sharma felt like losing, and the two combined to go an amazing
In the age of social media, people take to Twitter to connect with their favorite celebrities, like Katy Perry or One Direction, and, for the most part, to complain about things.
Well, one student decided that they were going to complain about a homework assignment and made the MAJOR mistake of using their teacher's actual name.
Major oopsie on their part since that teacher actually found the tweet and decided to use it as part of their lesson in an EPIC take down on the student's improper grammar!
Ch-ch-check it out…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
One day, musician and author Alex Woodard received a letter from the mother of one of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting victims, Jesse Lewis.
The mother Scarlett Lewis' letter was so inspiring that the musician penned 13 songs about the mother's experience of the loss of her child plus tales of other people with similar stories of tragic loss.
The San Diego based musician used one of Scarlett's letter to pen one of the songs — Scarlett's raw words and emotional turmoil really touched Mr. Woodard.
She wrote in the letter: