Everyone deserves to feel special, and sometimes people’s act of kindness touches our heart.
A few years ago, one man decided to make a little change in some people’s lives who are in need. He was looking for people who looked like they needed a little extra love and he met this woman.
She introduced herself as “Lynn,” it turns out her real name is Debbie (Lynn is just her stage name).
This man noticed this homeless woman who was sitting on the ground in Santa Monica, California.
He asked her if she had anything fun planned for the holiday. “I’m excited I’m going to do karaoke tonight,” Debbie said. Then, the man proposed the idea that the two could spend the day together, he could take her out for lunch and then watch her do karaoke. “I’d rather a drink,” Debbie responded with a laugh.
They introduced her to the cameraman and gifted her with a box of chocolates, the happiness on her face was priceless. “The best thing to happen to me today,” she said.
The man asked if he could give her a makeover in preparation for the big day.
“I’m not homeless, I’m relentless,” she joked as they talked over drinks.
After finishing her wine, she said that she needed a bra, underwear, and a pair of socks. They bought everything, which came out to $107.31. When she wore it she even said, “it feels wonderful, do you want to see it?” She has a great sense of humor.
Next, they went for makeup. As the makeup artist powdered her face, she said how happy she is after getting change. She also realized that she hasn’t had a bath in about two years, which brings her to tears.
After makeup and hair, she saw her in the mirror. “I feel normal again,” she says after joking that she looks 35. “This could be my best Valentine’s Day ever,” she continues.
“Look how f******gorgeous I look!” she exclaims later.
They also bought her a brand new pair of Doc Marten boots and the host of the show even gifts her favorite scarf.
As the day comes closer to an end, they take photos together and Debbie learns how to “model.”
They had a beautiful dinner, the two dive into deeper conversation. “You could make a difference in life. Maybe educate someone and let them know that you don’t have to regret. The reason I’ve managed to survive to the degree that I have is I never regret yesterday. I did my life,” she says.
She said, that she doesn’t even know why her kids won’t communicate to her, which is her “biggest heartbreak.”
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