A mother's touching open Facebook letter to a pakkebud, who stopped to play basketball with her son, has gone viral.
the 27-year-old Ember Robbins from Colorado Springs put the update on Facebook at the end of January along with a picture of the tender, was playing with his son and his friends out of the way.
'You have no idea what you just did, when you took a moment to play with my son and his friends, only to return an hour later with a new basketball to him, because it was worn and flat', opens it touched the mother in its letter, which she addressed to the 'Amazon Prime Guy'.
the Lookup is in the time of writing, been shared over 11,000 times and has received more than 25,000 likes.
'What you do not know, is that my son has had a really hard day at school today. A classmate has been led by him for a few days now, and you did it, I tried to do but could not. You turned up and down on his whole day. Probably his entire week, sounds the further in the advertisement from the Ember Robbins.
Here she writes also that she would wish she had asked the man's name, so the world can get to know how good of a human being, pakkebuddet is, and so she could have had the chance to thank him personally.
During the lookup are thousands of flattering comments, where people celebrates the commandment to have taken the time to play with the children in the street and even to have bought a new ball to the boy.
'There are so many small, good things we can do, which may be a pure blessing to others', says in a comment, while another writes:
'There should be more people like this person'.
Amazon has subsequently been split Ember Robbins Facebook-posting on their own Facebook page and added hashtagget '#DeliveringSmiles'.
A few days after the letter went viral, and laid the 27-year-old mother a new posting on Facebook, where she says that now she has found that pakkebud, which turned out to be a former soldier by the name of Jeremy Bronner.
In another lookup she comes also with a challenge for Amazon is that the company, in her opinion, has leveraged her story to get good publicity.
'Here comes the twisted. In the middle of all this chaos decides Jeremy that he is ready to stop at Amazon, which he had already decided to do', she writes in the most recent lookup.
the Daily Mail has tried to get a comment from Amazon, but it has not yet succeeded.