Remember all those times you kicked or hit a ball so high that it landed straight into your neighbour's house. It was always a scary task to ring the bell and ask for the ball in return. If only there was an easier way to get the job done and people were a tad kinder to kids; much like Dolly Sud, a resident of East Midlands, England. Dolly helped a bunch of kids find their football that found its way to her garden last week. Upon finding the football, the kids were not only delighted but later they also left a sweet note and two chocolates at her doorstep. Dolly tweeted a few pictures of a sweet surprise.
Thanking Dolly for her kind gesture the note mentioned how the kids "needed it for an essential football match" and that if for any reason, they couldn't "carry on playing" it would have been a "catastrophe". The note was signed off by an eight-year-old, six-year-old and a five-year-old. "Eternally grateful", the kids wrote in the end. You can see the tweet here.
Needless to say, Dolly was quite moved by the sweet act and was prompt to post the picture of the note and the chocolates on social media. She was also too touched to pen a caption so she went with an emoji. The internet, however, had lots to say.
"Very wholesome gesture", wrote a user
"Has the world still got a place for such kids?", a tweeter wrote.
Many users commended the parents of the children
"Shows a terrific upbringing of the kids by their parents! Kudos to such parents!" a user tweeted.
"Who brought these kids up", wrote another.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.