Little Girl Learns Sign Language To Be Able To Greet Her Favorite Delivery Driver Who Is Deaf
  • While the coronavirus pandemic has forced some of us farther apart, it has brought some people closer.

    Being home because of quarantine has allowed 8-year-old Tallulah to get to know someone who is always in her neighborhood.

    Tallulah has become really good friends with her neighborhood Hermes delivery driver Tim Joseph.

    Tallulah would see her new buddy Tim one or two times a week.

    They would be friendly with each other and always say hi.

    Tallulah ended up becoming so fond of Tim that she decided she wanted to draw him a picture.

    Amy Roberts Source: Amy Roberts

    Tim became so fond of Tallulah that he kept the photo on display in his van.

    “This is our delivery man, we see him 1 or 2 times a week, start of lockdown Tallulah drew him a #thankyou,” Tallulah’s mom Amy Roberts wrote on Twitter . “He still has it proudly on show in his van, they have built up quite a friendship over these last few weeks.”

    Amy Roberts Source: Amy Roberts

    But Tallulah’s affection for Tim didn’t end there.

    During their friendship, she learned that Tim was deaf.

    So, she decided she would give him a proper hello in sign language.

    Tallulah learned how to sign “Have a good day.”

    Tallulah’s mom captured a video of her daughter standing at her garden gates greeting Joseph in sign language.

    Joseph was definitely taken aback by this gesture of love and her willingness to communicate with him in a way familiar to him.

    He was pretty excited and all smiled.

    Joseph then teaches Tallulah how to sign “Good morning.”

    He was grinning ear to ear when Tallulah replicated the sign.

    Amy Roberts Source: Amy Roberts

    “Tallulah realized I was deaf and then one day she surprised me when she signed to me, ”have a good day”, I think she learned sign language at school,” Joseph told Daily Mail . “I was vey happy and I then showed Tallulah how to sign, ”good morning, have a good day” and then she signed it perfectly and it made my day.”

    Amy Roberts Source: Amy Roberts

    Roberts posted a video for Tallulah and Joseph’s interaction on Twitter where it was viewed more than 22.2 million times.

    “Tallulah & Tim just had their Tuesday catch up, like us, Tim is overwhelmed with everyone’s lovely comments and interest,”she said on Twitter . “He signed to us that he cried with joy. So #thankyou in a world where you can be anything.”

    Joseph echoed those sentiments when he spoke to the press.

    “I was very shocked when Tallulah’s mum posted the video on Twitter and I saw thousands of people liking it and people sharing it, saying ‘thank you,’ ‘learn to sign,’ and ‘thumbs up,’” he said.

    “I hope more people learn to sign and we bring more people together. Thank you very much and ‘good morning, have a good day.’”

    Tallulah’s affection for Joseph was admired by all.

    And how Jospeh cherishes his new friend.

    Twitter Screenshot Source: Twitter Screenshot

    “Y eah he is, always smiling and friendly, they always have their little sign language conversations, so cute. Tallulah’s always asking me…. have you bought anything mum? Is MY friend coming today??” Roberts explains.

    Tallulah’s story ended up going viral being picked up by lots of national news outlets.

    “We saw him this week and asked if he knew he was famous. He just laughed and was so shy about it all. He is so lovely. Well done Tallulah for spreading such joy and showing there’s love and kindness in the world,” wrote one commenter on Twitter.
    Watch the video below to see this friendship in action.

    Please SHARE this with your friends and family.

    Source: Amy Roberts , Daily Mail


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    While the coronavirus pandemic has forced some of us farther apart, it has brought some people closer.

    Being home because of quarantine has allowed 8-year-old Tallulah to get to know someone who is always in her neighborhood.

    Tallulah has become really good friends with her neighborhood Hermes delivery driver Tim Joseph.

    Tallulah would see her new buddy Tim one or two times a week.

    They would be friendly with each other and always say hi.

    Tallulah ended up becoming so fond of Tim that she decided she wanted to draw him a picture.

    Amy Roberts Source: Amy Roberts

    Tim became so fond of Tallulah that he kept the photo on display in his van.

    “This is our delivery man, we see him 1 or 2 times a week, start of lockdown Tallulah drew him a #thankyou,” Tallulah’s mom Amy Roberts wrote on Twitter . “He still has it proudly on show in his van, they have built up quite a friendship over these last few weeks.”

    Amy Roberts Source: Amy Roberts

    But Tallulah’s affection for Tim didn’t end there.

    During their friendship, she learned that Tim was deaf.

    So, she decided she would give him a proper hello in sign language.

    Tallulah learned how to sign “Have a good day.”

    Tallulah’s mom captured a video of her daughter standing at her garden gates greeting Joseph in sign language.

    Joseph was definitely taken aback by this gesture of love and her willingness to communicate with him in a way familiar to him.

    He was pretty excited and all smiled.

    Joseph then teaches Tallulah how to sign “Good morning.”

    He was grinning ear to ear when Tallulah replicated the sign.

    Amy Roberts Source: Amy Roberts

    “Tallulah realized I was deaf and then one day she surprised me when she signed to me, ”have a good day”, I think she learned sign language at school,” Joseph told Daily Mail . “I was vey happy and I then showed Tallulah how to sign, ”good morning, have a good day” and then she signed it perfectly and it made my day.”

    Amy Roberts Source: Amy Roberts

    Roberts posted a video for Tallulah and Joseph’s interaction on Twitter where it was viewed more than 22.2 million times.

    “Tallulah & Tim just had their Tuesday catch up, like us, Tim is overwhelmed with everyone’s lovely comments and interest,”she said on Twitter . “He signed to us that he cried with joy. So #thankyou in a world where you can be anything.”

    Joseph echoed those sentiments when he spoke to the press.

    “I was very shocked when Tallulah’s mum posted the video on Twitter and I saw thousands of people liking it and people sharing it, saying ‘thank you,’ ‘learn to sign,’ and ‘thumbs up,’” he said.

    “I hope more people learn to sign and we bring more people together. Thank you very much and ‘good morning, have a good day.’”

    Tallulah’s affection for Joseph was admired by all.

    And how Jospeh cherishes his new friend.

    Twitter Screenshot Source: Twitter Screenshot

    “Y eah he is, always smiling and friendly, they always have their little sign language conversations, so cute. Tallulah’s always asking me…. have you bought anything mum? Is MY friend coming today??” Roberts explains.

    Tallulah’s story ended up going viral being picked up by lots of national news outlets.

    “We saw him this week and asked if he knew he was famous. He just laughed and was so shy about it all. He is so lovely. Well done Tallulah for spreading such joy and showing there’s love and kindness in the world,” wrote one commenter on Twitter.
    Watch the video below to see this friendship in action.

    Please SHARE this with your friends and family.

    Source: Amy Roberts , Daily Mail


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