Superhero window washers surprise sick children

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    That is awesome.......mucho respecto for those guys......
    Smiling and laughter are sometimes the best medicine for those poor kids......
     
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    That is one of the nicest things someone could do for those kids...
     
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    Awesome, made my day, thanks.

    My son just went through surgery at Children's Hospital in Seattle. We saw volunteers strolling through the halls playing guitar, book readers, and special dogs just there to give a little love for healing. All were unpaid volunteers. There are a lot of unsung heroes out there. God bless them all.
     
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    Hope all went well BG.

    As for that man, the smiles show what he did. God bless all those children. My buddy son has struggled most of his life because of a brain tumor at a very young age (4). Watching what he went through, at a stage, so fragile in life, is amazing. He is a super strong kid, but has almost no eyesight and memory will never be the same. But he is alive, cancer free, and is an inspiration for my friends and my family. Some of the strongest people in the world. Are the smallest and youngest.

    God bless that man for the deed he did...
     
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    He's doing great! Modern medicine is amazing.
     
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