An 11-year-old girl in Utah was caught on camera getting some great news.
Year Six student Tannah Butterfield was given the happiest news of her life at school last Monday, and her reaction said it all.
Tannah Butterfield, a sixth-grader at American Heritage School in Utah, visits the staff at the school's office every day. "It was like, screaming".
Tannah was so happy she couldn't let go of Miss Jackie.More news: Liverpool determined not to lose Coutinho in January
Alexander thought the minute was attractive to the point that she got Fisher's authorization and shared the video via web-based networking media.
"She just kept holding me tight, she kept holding me tighter and tighter", Ms Alexander added. My love has grown for this family and I have learned so much from them as they have tried to remain positive despite many setbacks.
Posting the video on Instagram, a day after the Las Vegas massacre, Jackie wrote that the world needed some more "light and joy".
"They're just caring, loving, they take really good care of me", she said. "We did the right thing", she said. "We didn't all know it was going to happen like that". "She just held me tight".More news: China says Nirmala Sitharaman's 'Namaste' sends warm signals to them
Since Tannah was in school at the time, Fisher asked Alexander to tell her. "In 12 years at this job, this is by far my best moment ever!" she writes.
"It's the biggest thing that ever happened to me", 11-year-old Tannah Butterfield told KUTV. As for the moment when she was able to break the news, she described it as a "sweet reminder... that life can be and still is handsome in spite of it all".
The average age of a child awaiting adoption is around seven years, and they usually spend around three years in foster care.More news: Clinton weighs in on Weinstein sexual harassment allegations