Life can be so hard sometimes (all the time, actually), and all you want to do is cuddle up in a blanket and have a hot cup of tea or cocoa and see something nice and wholesome.
And, boy, do we have the rights stuff to lift your spirits and put a smile on your face. People share wholesome stories on Reddit, and we have selected some of the best of them.
They are just what you needed. From friendly Uber drivers to kids who share their lunch with others, it will restore your faith in humankind. Take a look.
We actually can be nice to each other. From far away.
Garfield is a cat and doesn't have a job. The only ostensible difference between Monday and any other day is that Jon suddenly isn't around after having been home all weekend. Garfield doesn't hate Mondays, he loves Jon and is too proud to say it.— James Colley (@JamColley) February 18, 2018
My Uber driver was telling me "stop apply lipstick!" and "start lipstick, Miss!" because of holes in the road... not all heroes wear capes— Meg (@megsaystweet) September 21, 2017
Kids are like that, you know.
BTW it lasted less than 10 seconds and then she made me a bead bracelet that says “I love daddy”— Brian Wecht (@bwecht) September 14, 2019
And you have every reason to be
So this week my 8 yr old brother kept asking for two of whatever we gave him for lunch for eg two sandwiches & what not. My mom didn’t think anything of it. So this afternoon a parent approached her and thanked her for sending lunch for her son while she was in the hospital 🥺— 🤍 (@leannaaross) September 13, 2019
They don't deserve it
i sent this to my mom while we were in the store and she hugged me in front of everybody. i didn’t stop her though, i let her hug me in public. from r/wholesomememes
Some of us find them interesting
A few weeks ago, I tried to literally bore my 3yo to sleep by telling him everything I knew about nuclear and particle physics. It's a fair bit, it was my speciality once. Every night since then, as he's falling asleep, his little voice pipes up: "tell me about atoms daddy."— Jason Heeris & 1247 others (@detly) September 12, 2019
They are not robots, and they have feelings.