Iron workers are known to be pretty hardcore, but they certainly made the day for a little girl that had been hospitalized by providing her with a ‘get well soon’ message. What they did was to spray paint the entire message on to the construction beam that is located at a construction site which is near the hospital. According to “Today”, the iron workers ensured that the little girl would notice the message by frantically waving and gesturing towards the beam. So, when Vivian Keith, the 2 year old little girl did look out of the window, she saw the message.
Ginger Keith, her mother explained to her baby what it was, and that the workers only wanted Vivian to get better. She was so impressed by this gesture that she took photographs and sent some pastries to the workers.” I thought it to be one of the most amazing and good things ever done,” she mentions to ABC News. “It was really sweet of them to take time out from the busy schedule to do that. They work really hard, but it is really good that they do these things for the little kids and also for her.”
The iron workers first noticed Vivian, the girl suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia because she waved at them every day as they were in 2015. Greg Combs, the construction worker who orchestrated the entire message as well as coworker Travis Barnes got to meet her, and she thanked them for the kind gesture. Combs had noticed that Vivian was making faces and waving at him one day while he was working, and it made him and all the other workers smile.
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