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Woman gets heartwarming farewell note from boss's daughter after quitting her job: 'Yes, I did cry'

'Yes, I did cry. She is the sweetest little girl and being the only female in my office, I would always ask her how her day was...,' she shared.

Woman gets heartwarming farewell note from boss's daughter after quitting her job: 'Yes, I did cry'
Image Source: Reddit/u/Spaceinvader-

Quitting a job means saying goodbye to a lot of colleagues and friends. Some workplaces even host farewell parties for their departing employees where people could share their fond memories with the person. However, when a child shares their gratitude and sweet memories, it hits differently.

u/Spaceinvader recently took to Reddit to share a heartwarming note she received from her boss's daughter. "Thanks for always giving me someone to talk to when I get back from school. I will miss you heaps," the note reads, ending with a heart and smiley emojis.

Image Source: Pexels/ Anastasia Shuraeva
Representative Image Source: Pexels/ Anastasia Shuraeva

The post caption reads, "I quit my job. My boss's 10-year-old daughter gave me this card." u/Spaceinvader added, "Yes I did cry. She is the sweetest little girl and being the only female in my office, I would always ask her how her day was to make sure she felt comfortable." The note gained about 19.6k upvotes on Reddit in just a day.

Many on the social media platform loved the girl's sweet note. u/acceptable_shine_183 commented, "Awww... to be great in the eyes of a child is the best." u/subterranean44 wrote, "Give her a little stationary set, stamps and your address so she can keep in touch. It’s important to have non-parent trusted adults. That’s very sweet." u/armadillostill1222 expressed, "Aw that's so sweet. What a nice kid and so nice of you to make her feel welcome."

Image Source: Reddit/u/Spaceinvader-
Image Source: Reddit/u/Spaceinvader-

u/traumahandshake shared, "My dad worked with a guy named Joe when I was in kindergarten. Joe was this for me, he always took time to answer all the stupid questions I had and he taught me how to make the coolest paper airplanes. I don't remember a lot from my childhood, but fairly often I remember how kind Joe was to me." u/meowmeow0021 wrote, "A drop of water is returned with a spring of water. Your interaction with her may seem trivial to others but seeing this, your simple actions gave her joy and belonging." u/Ringkisser commented, "I'm sure yous can totally be buddies! Send her birthday cards and that sort of thing! It sounds like you both would really appreciate that."

Image Source: Reddit/ u/SpaceInvader
Image Source: Reddit/ u/SpaceInvader

Handwritten notes from kids sure can melt many hearts. In a similar story, a beautiful note was written by a 6-year-old to her mother. It reads, "Dear mom, I'm sorry if you had a ruf day." It was signed off with two hearts. @acqweyand shared the note on Twitter with the caption: " Just found this note from 6 and I will be keeping it until I die."



 

The post went viral on Twitter with more than 65,000 views. Many Twitter users shared the notes and drawings from their children and just loved the child's message. @LesiaOA commented, "Such a caring soul. This is truly special but it doesn’t hurt to write the name and date on these things because we do forget." @EEEaley commented, "8YO wrote me a note in marker and crayon, last month saying 'Dear Mom, you have a heart of gold.' It’s on the fridge and I’m also keeping it forever." @marymast21 commented, "Yes. Such a keeper. My 18, 19, 30, and 31 yo children love seeing notes like this that I’ve kept from them!" 

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