Prepare yourself for a story about the cutest pen-pals in the world right now.
It all started during this crappy coronavirus pandemic, when a little girl named Kirah wrote a letter to check up on her 93-year-old neighbor.
"Hello my name is Kirah, I am 5 years old. I have to stay at home because of the coronavirus. I just wanted to check to see if you're ok? I have drawn you a rainbow to remind you that you are not alone. Please write back if you can. From your neighbour at number 9," the letter reads.
Well, obviously, her neighbor [whose name is Ron] had to write back. According to his response, he's doing just fine, despite the quarantine. He also told Kirah that he was the very first person to live in the neighborhood, moving into his home in 1955.
Ron informed Kirah that he was planning to hang her drawing in his window for others to enjoy, as well.
Their ~*AdOrABLe*~ correspondence has gone viral, encouraging children around the world to make their own rainbow drawings to spread some light in their communities, too.