Sunday, November 3, 2013


Saw this and thought it was pretty awesome:

The Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation, which, of course, grants wishes to sick kids, is helping a 5-year-old Leukemia patient fulfill his wish to be Batman.

Their website lists the schedule for his special day, November 15, and the city of San Francisco is pitching in to help. The actual Chief of Police will be calling for his help in the morning. He will rescue a woman in trouble, battle the Puzzler, get a call at lunch to catch a bank robber, and more. The day ends with the mayor giving Batkid the key to the city to thank him for his help.

The website also lists the times and ways that people in the San Francisco area can take part in the fun, being part of the crowd that calls for help, or clapping when the mayor hands him his key.

It sounds like a great day, and a great reminder that very small gestures can sometimes have a big impact.

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