Young boy sells lemonade and snacks to buy new shoes: policeman helps him by giving him a pair
It is not often that we hear about kind gestures and profound generosity, but there are good people in the world - you just need to be lucky enough to meet them. When this happens, it can really turn a bad day around.
The child we want to tell to you about here knows something about this: this young man gave up an afternoon of play to earn money to get the money to buy a new pair of shoes. Then, he met a very special man. Here is the story:
Landen is a boy from Connecticut and spent his summer afternoons selling lemonade and cookies in the street. His goal was to save the money he earned to buy a new pair of shoes. He set up a lemonade stand and his grandmother, Wendelyn Narvaez, helped her grandson with the rest. While the young vendor was busy selling his wares for $ 1 each, something special happened.
On an ordinary afternoon, a policeman, Joel Perez, passed by and noticed the child and asked him why he was running a lemonade stand. Landen replied that he was doing it in order to buy a new pair of blue shoes for school. This answer obviously touched the officer and led him to make a special gesture of kindness.
After chatting for a while, the officer said goodbye to the boy and walked off. A few minutes later, however, he returned with a surprise in his hands.
"He came back to us with a new pair of shoes for my grandson," Landen's grandma wrote in a post. She continued: "He made my Landen really happy and the smile on his face was wonderful." Photos of the two have gone viral on the web and touched many users.
Officer Perez shared the photos taken by the child's grandmother and posted a message in which he talks about the experience, how special little Landen is and blesses him and his whole family. Deciding to do such a thing is not what many would do. In fact, it takes people with a very big heart to show such generosity.
We can only salute officer Perez and little Landen, and his whole family, the best for the future.