Sometimes The Smallest Things Are The Greatest
By Julie • January 14, 2016
One year when I was an RA in college there was a girl on our floor that was struggling socially. She kept to herself. I always looked for an opportunity to reach out to her. One night when I was doing rounds her dorm room door was open a crack which was really unusual. I took it as an opportunity to knock and talk to her for awhile. I have no idea what we talked about but I just wanted her to know she was not alone. I never thought about this again. Then two years later I ran into her at a football game. She said:
"I just wanted to thank you for coming and talking to me that night. You saved my life. I was planning on overdosing on pills and left my door open a crack so someone would find me after I died. But you came in and were so nice to me, I decided not to do it."
Sometimes the smallest things are the greatest.
Cat Becomes The Hero In Epic Home Quarantine Video
Today We Couldn't Find Out Cat So We Looked Out The Window And...
I Imagine If Dr. Seuss Were Alive Today, He'd Write Something Like This
Mom Shares Son's Hilarious Journal Entry About Her Homeschooling Skills
A Baby Squirrel Followed A Pit Bull Home And Now They're Best Friends
A Quarantined Man Sent His Dog To Get Cheetos. The Pup Delivered
Reporter Loses It After Humping Dogs Enter The Scene During Breaking News Report
3 Minutes Of A Dog Jumping Into Giant Piles Of Leaves
Singer Absolutely Crushes Marvin Gaye's 'Let's Get It On' For A Tiny Crowd
Happy Cow Runs To Greet Passerby Every Day
Adorable Play Session Between An Otter And A Dog