Friday Videos Like Smiles

Vivienne sent me this link, and it made me smile-cry. I think that’s the point. This is a video of a little girl in Brazil seeing her face for the first time after cleft palate surgery performed by Operation Smile.

Link!

Have a great weekend, with an unlimited number of things to smile about.

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  1. 1
    tea says:

    Suddenly my tea’s a lot saltier.
    That just made my whole day.

  2. 2

    I’‘m smile-crying too, now. What an awesome way to start my day. Thanks for this.

  3. 3
    Kathy says:

    Okay, I was bawling in the first 25 seconds.  What the hell??

  4. 4

    That little girl’s smile will be haunting me for a long time.  It’s taken me almost five minutes since I watched it to be able to see well enough to type this.

  5. 5
    Crystal says:

    Yep, that did it.  Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to go wipe my face so I can leave to chaperone my son’s field trip.  He’ll think something’s wrong.  How lovely.

  6. 6

    Now my face is all wet. 

    I’ve seen their print ads for years, but this was 1,000 times more effective.  Yes, I’ll send them a donation.  Thank you for sharing this very special smile.

  7. 7
    Kate Pearce says:

    I’m smile crying too, That was wonderful.

  8. 8
    Batty Tabby says:

    Adding to the smilecryfest!!

  9. 9
    KZoeT says:

    I wiped away the tears long enough to make a donation. What a wonderful way to spend my lunch break!

  10. 10
    Crystal says:

    I love this.

  11. 11
    Vivienne says:

    So pleased you put this up, Sarah. I have no personal connection with Operation Smile – I just felt very moved and humbled by this beautiful little girl and wanted to share. If Operation Smile gets to benefit – so much the better :)

  12. 12
    Mary G says:

    Thanks
    Sometimes we need a reminder that there’s lots to smile about.

  13. 13
    Vivienne says:

    This is the UK link for Operation Smile:

    http://www.operationsmile.org.uk/

  14. 14
    JenD says:

    Owgh, my heart just asploded. That was amazing, thank you for sharing it.

    Makes me wish I had money to send. Time to get back to my project linus blankets, then!

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    rayvyn2k says:

    Thank you for putting this up, Sarah. My late brother was born with a cleft palate…and after multiple surgeries (this was the late sixties) he had a most amazing smile. This made me tear up. Thanks again.

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    meoskop says:

    I was teary before I realized it. Good reminder that sometimes the hospital is an awesome place to be.

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    Lyssa says:

    One of my best friends was born with a cleft palate, so this video and organization is definitely one to support. I know she had to wait till she was 11 before she had her surgeries…so I am very glad that this little girl got hers so early in life. ((And my friend is in her 30’s now with 3 beautiful children just like their mom (smart, funny and beautiful) and a husband that loves her.)

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