It’s incredible how a small greeting can make such a large impact on someone’s life.
On Sunday, Tebow and the St. Lucie Mets took on the Tampa Yankees. And during a break, Tim Tebow went to nearby fans to sign caps and other memorabilia. But one fan didn’t want his autograph. Instead, he just wanted the very good baseball player to say hi to his grandmother who suffered a stroke. Tebow took the time to say hello.
Danny: “Tim, can you say hi to my grandma? Can you say ‘hello miss Margaret?’”
Tebow: “What’s up miss Margaret. It’s Tim Tebow. Hope you’re having a good day. God bless.”
It’s a small gesture but you never know how far that goes. Thanks to Danny, we got to see her reaction after seeing the video on a tablet. She’s in disbelief that Tebow said hi to her. You can tell how excited she is even before Tebow says hi to her. Once she hear’s her grandson’s requests, she just knows something special is about to happen. And according to her grandson, it’s the biggest smile she’s had since her stroke.
We hope this put a smile on your face as well.