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Grandma showed her grandson unpublished book she wrote in 1972 and got the surprise of a lifetime

The best thing to get in the world is for people who love you enough to go that extra mile for you, happily.

Grandma showed her grandson unpublished book she wrote in 1972 and got the surprise of a lifetime
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @moosbehavin

Grandparents and grandchildren have a special bond that no one can really explain in words. They love each other in ways no one can ever understand. Chad—who goes by @moosbehavin on TikTok—shows his viewers a surprise for his grandmother and her reaction. He did something for his grandma that brought tears and joy to everyone's eyes.

Image Source: TikTok | @moosbehavin
Image Source: TikTok | @moosbehavin

The video begins with the grandson running down the stairs of a house to find his grandmother in another room. He tells her he has a gift for her, for which she needs to sit down. He tries to hand her a bag with a lot of paper, but she has other thoughts. She asked him, "Is that a moving, living thing? Is it?" The grandson, Chad, told her to just sit down. She was quite worried that Chad was going to hand her something living in the bag, like a cat or a dog and hence took her sweet time asking him to ensure her that it wasn't anything moving or living. After a lot of reluctance, she finally sits on the couch and says she's scared to find out what's in the bag.

Image Source: TikTok | @moosbehavin
Image Source: TikTok | @moosbehavin

While she gets the bag, she asks again what is in the box before exclaiming and saying, "Oh, it's not a living, breathing thing." She thought it was a dog and hence she was so fearful. She then proceeds to open the bag and remove all the papers from it, one by one. When she's removing the excess paper from the bag, she says, "That's expensive paper." She proceeds to give the "expensive paper" to their dog, whose name is Moose. When she finally gets to the present and unwraps it, her shock and happiness have no bounds. She exclaims and tells Chad, "Oh my God! Oh my God! This is probably the nicest thing anybody has ever done for me in my entire life."

Image Source: TikTok | @moosbehavin
Image Source: TikTok | @moosbehavin

She reiterates the whole thing by saying, "In my entire life, this is the nicest thing." She tells just how shaken she is and how she has no idea how to react. Chad went on to print and publish a book his grandmother had written in 1972 for kids, which kept getting rejected over and over again for some reason. She says, "Jerry, I am in such shock. I don't even know what." She ends the video by saying, "This is beyond anything that I would have ever imagined." The video then shows how Chad has put her book up for sale on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. He shows us a clip of his grandmother smiling and crying with the overlay text saying, "The face of a very satisfied published author" and he ain't wrong!!

Image Source: TikTok | @r.h.gg18
Image Source: TikTok | @r.h.gg18

@jellybeanette said, "This is so sweet! We should have this at our local library. Luckily, I know the person in charge of ordering books (It's me. I'm the person). @mallorypilkey1 suggested and offered, "Hi! I'm a voice actor and would love to narrate this for an audiobook if she's ever needing someone!" @danacolley said, "I feel like you healed something deep inside her soul. Damn, crying over here."


 
 
 
 
 
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