There are few things in this world that can bring me to tears. Actually, that’s a lie, who am I kidding–anytime I see a cute dog, a baby doing something amazing, or anything on Reddit, I usually bawl like a toddler who is teething. Recently, I was logging into Twitter, minding my own business, when I stumbled upon this adorable, sweet, and heartfelt note written by a young student to his teacher and immediately, I needed tissues. Twitter user @luciedunne_ shared photos of the note on her Twitter account, saying that her mother had recently been extremely distraught about having to put their dog down. But, she was surprised and probably happy to see how much her students really do care about her.
Mum’s been so upset about the dog being put to sleep and stressing about having to go back into school today, and she got this from a wee boy in her class
Clearly, Callum has some really good parents that have raised him in the best way possible. And, not to mention he’s smart enough to make this into a poem that spells out “CHARLIE.” Seriously, you have to be a cold, heartless human to not shed a tear or two over this sweet gesture. People on Twitter were incredibly moved by the student’s letter that they responded to Lucie’s post.
Oh my God.... that is a good boy, what a good, sweet child! And RIP Charlie!— Mrs Alabama worley (@MimiVonPeach) February 20, 2018
So lovely. What a thoughtful little boy ❤️— Duchess of Langley (@Rodgie79) February 20, 2018
C compassionate— Bacon Snork (@baconsnork) February 20, 2018
made me emotional, this little one sums up the fear we all have of saying nothing about loss or saying the wrong thing, #NobelPrizeplease— Imelda Finnerty (@blisswords) February 20, 2018
STOOOOP IT OH MY GOD EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS IS SO SWEET ?????— bow river (@f0urwallss) February 20, 2018
Callum, you’re a complete hero and your teacher knows it— Liz Dive (@liz_dive) February 20, 2018
I'm tearing up and I didn't know Charlie.— Jane (@Poeia) February 20, 2018
That made cry ?— Artisan Coffee&Art (@theartisanhull) February 20, 2018