Kind Mailman Returns Father's Day Letter Sent by Girl to Her Dad in Heaven

Kind Mailman Returns Father's Day Letter Sent by Girl to Her Dad in Heaven

  • With her mother’s assistance, a little girl posted a letter to her late dad on Father’s Day
  • The letter addressed to Heaven was found by a mailman who decided to track down the family
  • The mailman who recently lost his father said he opted to return the letter instead of throwing it away

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A kind mailman touched many hearts after returning a letter from an eight-year-old girl to her deceased father.

The little girl's letter to her dad in heaven
A kind mailman returned the letter an eight-year-old sent her late dad. Photo: Spotted Braunstone.
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According to the girl's mother, Sarah Tully, she was overwhelmed when the postman returned the letter.

Narrating how her daughter Sianna ended up writing the letter, Tully said the young girl wanted to celebrate her dad, who passed away when she was just four months old.

On Father's Day, the little girl begged her mother to let her post a letter to him. Tully's daughter asked her where her daddy lives, and she replied:

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"Heaven on Cloud Nine."

Sianna wrote the letter in private, and they posted it.

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When the kind postman came across the letter in Leicester, UK, he feared it would be thrown away because it did not have a stamp.

"Obviously, without a stamp or an actual address on it, it would just end up getting thrown away," he said.

He then spoke to his manager, seeking permission to trace the family and return the letter. He posted a photo of the letter on Facebook, and it got thousands of comments.

“I emptied mailbox, and there was a letter in a child's handwriting addressed to their dad in Heaven, Cloud 9. I'm trying to find the parents of the child as I would like to reach out to them,” he wrote in part.

According to the mailman, he recently lost his father, and his heart went out to the child.

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Within 15 minutes of posting the letter online, social media users linked Simon Sianna's mother, and on June 22, he returned the letter.

Kind high school principal writes personalised notes to each graduating student

In other news, Briefly News reported that a kind principal spent months writing personalised notes for his graduating students.

High school principal Jeff Reaves wrote the notes by hand and placed them on the graduate’s seats.

Speaking afterwards, Reaves said he wanted to encourage the students whose school year was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Reaves also said that he gained from writing the 459 farewell notes as he learned more about each student.

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Source: Briefly News

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