The Most Beautiful Ruined Moment

Such a wonderful story, I hope everyone reads this.

"Write!" she says.

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Dear Master Jedi,
       
       This is an open letter of deep appreciation to you. I hope that somehow it finds its way to your computer screen.

     You are an actor, and a damn funny one to boot. You’re really skilled at working with the unpredictably of kids and turning it into entertainment. I really hope that when you auditioned for and won this gig, that you’ve been as pleased with your job as your audiences have been with your performance. I also hope that this leads to bigger and better things, if that’s what you choose. You’re a supremely decent man and I’m ever in your debt for how you helped me out Tuesday, June 4th at the end of the last show of the day.

You see, during the months of planning for our Disneyworld trip, I found out about the Jedi Training Academy in Hollywood Studios…

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4 thoughts on “The Most Beautiful Ruined Moment

  1. Read this story! It brought tears to my eyes and restored my faith in humanity. There are really, really good people in the world…sometimes it seems like a crowd of a**##les, but there are some truly kind and wonderful people out there. Keep your eyes open for them.

  2. This brought tears to my eyes and even now several minutes after reading i can hardly focus on my keyboard. This story restores my faith in human nature and makes me feel so happy for you and your son. I have no first hand experience of autism but know that had my own son been in the same position it would have ruined his holiday too although i do understand that not quite so devastatingly as it would have Josiah’s and the rest of your family’s. It goes to show that all is not lost, that there are still good caring people out there. Thanks Kira for drawing this to our attention and for clouding my eyes but bringing happiness to my heart!

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