Sometimes we forget to thank god for everything he has given so easily.
But, sometimes we realize that some people are unlucky for not having luxuries like us.
Recently, one woman Deborah Price posted the request on Twitter by telling that her friend “has a daughter with autism who can only wear that dress.” She also asked people not to be judgy because “sometimes people can’t cope with certain stuff [and] it doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things.”
The girl’s name is Elsie and apparently, and she’s attached to the dress very much. Deborah, a friend of Elsie’s mom, requested on Twitter in the hopes of possibly buying it off someone.
And she never thought about the response she received by the people. She was overwhelmed by the kindness.
“Friend’s autistic daughter only wears this dress. Don’t judge. Sometimes people can’t cope with certain stuff & it doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things, does it? Question is has anyone got this [Next] dress from 3 [years] ago in age 11 plus & if so can we buy them off you?”
Deborah wrote in the post. After a few minutes of posting the request, people started retweeting and sharing the links of the dress on eBay, while some even offered to make the dress themselves.
The fashion retailer also responded to the request by saying that the dress is not available right now but they’ll be contacting the supplier to find out whether it can produce a few more batches of the dress.
The next day, Deborah thanked the retailer Next for reaching out to their supplier to see if they could make additional batches of the dress. She also thanked people that were sending the dresses they had.
Elsie’s mom thanked all the kind strangers in a Facebook post that helped to bring a smile on her daughter’s face. “Elsie would like to say a massive, massive thank you for all of the help in sourcing more of her beloved ‘Broken Heart Dresses’,” she wrote in a post.
After just one day, Deborah shared the entire heartwarming story
Deborah was touched by the overwhelming amount of responses