We’ve all done it; sent a text to the wrong person and been left feeling awkward and embarrassed. Most of the time it ends with a brief ‘sorry’ and quickly deleting their number. But on this occasion, a text to a random stranger ended up turning into something amazing that you could regard as fate!
According to Bored Panda, a woman named Sydney Uselton sent a text asking someone for advice regarding a dress she was considering purchasing. But when she sent the message to the wrong number, she got an unexpectedly sweet response.
Upon receiving the texts, father Tony Wood sent a sincere reply…
“I believe this message was intended for someone else. My wife isn’t home, so I couldn’t get her opinion, but the kids and I think you look stunning in your dress! You should definitely go with that one!”
Wood then attached a photo for Sydney to confirm the approval his family had given! An image of five of his children all giving Sydney their thumbs up…
On March 9, Tony explained, “A couple people on this Twitter frenzy have shared our GoFundMe. Over $1,000 was donated today. We’re speechless. [My wife] Rachel cried and I may or may not have choked up a little bit. God is good and knows our needs.”
Since then, over 23 thousand dollars have been raised, with people all over the globe getting involved and showing their support for Kaizler.
On Sunday, Tony shared another post on the Facebook page to express how thankful he is…
“Love you guys. We appreciate your support.”
“It is so refreshing to be reminded that there are good people in the world who still care about others and are quick to be generous and kind to others,” Wood’s wife, Rachel, told Bored Panda. “I would also like to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for all the kind words, all the prayers, all the donations, all the love and support. We honestly would never have been able to make it this far in our journey without every single one of you!”
We ADORE this uplifting story that shows there is plenty of kindness in the world. It proves good things happen to good people! We wish Kaizler and his family all the best. Feel free to share this post to spread the love.