Yesterday, I was so happy to see Facebook posts detailing the story of 5-year-old Miles, a San Francisco boy, who is living with leukemia. His "Make a Wish" is to be Batman for the day, and the city went all out. He was able to save the city from The Penguin and The Riddler, rescuing a damsel in distress and the San Francisco Giant's mascot from the grips of evil. It was so incredible to scroll through the pictures of the day, to see how many people turned out to make this kid's dream come true. The smile on his face was just priceless. Honestly, after the day I had Friday, this story put all of that in perspective.
So today I am thankful for the good that is still out there even though so many times we can't see it. Look at how many people went to extreme lengths to make this kid's wish come true. Looking through the pictures, you have to smile because you can just tell how happy he is. He's five. And he has leukemia. The poor kid has gone through so much worse than any of us will ever know, and he is living his dream because so many people came together to make it happen.
The funniest thing, hands down, for me was the charges that were officially filed by the U.S. Attorney's Office against the two villains. Say what you will about politics, but even the President sent out a message via Twitter thanking Miles for saving Gotham City. It was just too cute.
So if you feel like the world is just a dark place and no good is out there, click on that link up there. Because there are good people out there, and there is good in the world. I do not know what Miles' diagnosis is, and I pray to God that it will be good. But he will treasure this memory. He deserves this memory. And it's just so amazing how it came to fruition.