Isabella Pieri, 11, lost her mother at a young age. And with that, she had to learn how to do everyday chores by herself. But her hair was always an issue. Until she found Tracy Dean, her school bus driver, and everything changed.
Isabella Pieri, an 11-year-old girl, faced a difficult time when she lost her mother at 9. This tragic event profoundly impacted Isabella’s father, who struggled to cope with the loss of his wife and all the contributions she made to their family.
Among the many responsibilities Isabella’s mother cared for was doing her daughter’s hair. However, after her mother’s passing, Isabella’s father found himself out of his comfort zone and struggled with this task. The situation got so difficult he cut Isabella’s hair off.
As Isabella’s hair started growing back, she began experimenting with different hairstyles and pulling it up into a ponytail. One day, to her father’s surprise, she came home with a new and different hairstyle, deviating from her usual ponytail.
It turns out that Tracy Dean, Isabella’s bus driver, played a significant role in the new hairstyle. With a heart as big as her bus, Tracy showed immense kindness towards Isabella. Everything changed when Isabella finally gathered the courage to ask Tracy for help with her hair.
Tracy’s impact on Isabella’s life as a young girl without a mother has been immeasurable. Her kind gestures have made a significant difference. “She is the best bus driver in the whole galaxy.” Said the little girl.
Luckily for us, there are special people all around the world doing selfless acts for kids. Just like Tracy, Anthony Harris, an NFL player, surprised 11-year-old Audrey by taking her to a father-daughter dance after she had just lost her dad and grandad. We thank them for their attitude.