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Finally, in mid-April, after months of communication, the Bamburgs drove six hours to meet Flores-Gonzalez and the twins, and give them one last present.
“We had texted, talked, and FaceTimed before we even met, and it was clear we had a connection,” Bamburg said. “When we met, it was just like meeting family.”
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During the meeting, Bamburg presented the girls with a dachshund puppy, fulfilling Luna’s Christmas wish list. The girls were overjoyed and quickly named it Max.
Together, the families shared a meal, where they laughed and bonded over shared values.
“To us, it isn’t the amount of gifts or the value that the girls are receiving,” Flores-Gonzalez said. “It’s the love they received. It meant the world to us we see their smiles, and the lifelong friendship we have made with Alvin and his wife.”
When it came time to say goodbye, both families agreed to meet again. In fact, they’ve already scheduled their next reunion for the end of May.
Until then, Bamburg hopes his story will inspire others to take a break from their busy lives and find a way to make someone else’s day a little bit brighter.
“There’s so much sadness in the world right now, the world is a freaking mess,” he said. “It’s really not hard to spread kindness, and you can never underestimate the impact even just a smile will have on someone’s day.”