Liverpool news Schoolgirl, 5, leaves strangers 'speechless' with meaningful acts PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Sophie-Louise Corrigan passed the tradition down to her daughter after learning it from her own mum

Liverpool news Schoolgirl, 5, leaves strangers 'speechless' with meaningful acts PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Sophie-Louise Corrigan passed the tradition down to her daughter after learning it from her own mum

Liverpool news Schoolgirl, 5, leaves strangers 'speechless' with meaningful acts PremierLeague-News.Com
22 November 2022 - 05:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A mum and her daughter have been surprising people all over the Wirral with random acts of kindness. Sophie-Louise Corrigan alongside her five-year-old daughter, Amina, from New Brighton, have been leaving members of the public “speechless” by gifting them either a bouquet of flowers or a box of chocolates. Every week, Sophie allows Amina, a Wallasey Mount Primary School pupil, to choose a random stranger to put a smile on their face. The 26-year-old told the ECHO: “When I’m with my daughter, I’ll let her go to whoever she is drawn to and after I’ll ask why she picked them and it is always because she likes something about them either their top or their hair. I always let her pick.” READ MORE: Man who 'always had people laughing' found dead at Kirkdale station Sophie, who is originally from Skelmersdale, moved to the area two years ago. The foster carer started the tradition with her own mum, Sarah, and after Amina was learning about “kind hands and kind hearts” in school, she felt it was the perfect time to introduce Amina to “kind acts and kind voices”. It’s not just Merseyside-based people who are having their day brightened as the mother-daughter-duo continued the meaningful act whilst abroad. Sophie said: “Myself and mum used to always do it, whenever we had some money left from the weekly shop or if we really wanted to do it that week, we deducted something from the shop to make sure we had the money, we would always do it. Sophie and Amina continued their tradition whilst on holiday (Image: Sophie-Louise Corrigan) "Now, we (Sophie and Amina) do it everywhere, even when we went on holiday to Turkey we did a random act of kindness there.

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. Wherever we go we do it.” Despite struggling some weeks themselves with the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, what makes it all worthwhile is the stranger's reaction to Amina. Sophie added: “The reaction is amazing and is one of the reasons why we carry on. The number of people who speak to us and don’t even know what to say, they are speechless. There’s been a lot of people who give Amina a hug after and she loves that. There are others who have teared up and said that they’ve had such a horrible week either with bills or a family death and Amina will always say to me that although the person was crying, it was happy tears. She’s understanding how acts of kindness work and how emotions work.” Receive our weekly LGBTQIA+ newsletter by signing up here. READ NEXT: Police put up white tent and cordon off bus stop - live updates Woman told 'stay off the vodka' after Ryanair chaos 12 criminals taken off the streets last week ITV I'm A Celebrity's surprise elimination sparks outraged viewers to plead 'no' Multi million pound mansion up for grabs in 'exclusive' part of Merseyside

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