Tim Tebow Sent A Special Message To Grandmother Who Had A Stroke And Her Reaction Is Priceless
Tim Tebow continues to touch lives wherever he goes. The former NFL quarterback is currently playing with the St. Lucie Mets, and while he may not be raking on the field (.239 batting average and 5 home runs in 46 games), he is getting it done when it comes to brightening the days of fans off the field. On Sunday, the St. Lucie Mets were playing the Tampa Yankees and Tebow was out there signing memorabilia. One fan named Danny Terp politely asked Tebow if he could give a special shoutout to his nana. “Tim, can you say hi to my grandma? Can you say ‘Hello Miss Margaret?’” Tebow graciously said hi to Danny’s grandma. “What’s up Miss Margaret. It’s Tim Tebow. Hope you’re having a good day. God bless.”
The simple gesture went a long way because when the grandmother saw the video she lit up. The grandson said that this was his grandmother’s biggest smile since she suffered a stroke.
This comes only days after Tebow shook the hand of an autistic boy and then promptly smashed a three-run tater.
Tebow continues to be a ray of sunshine to his supporters and fans.