With terrible news constantly slamming everyone in the face every second, it’s pretty easy to forget the innocent and kind things people do every day.
Cameron Valle who’s from Dallas, Texas, but is attending school in Fayetteville, Arkansas, was texting his little sister Christen when she surprised him with an adorable gesture. While asking her brother for login credentials to use an iPad, she innocently censored the word “password.”
When asked why she spelled password with asterisks, Christen said it was because “it has a bad word in it.”
“I was just sitting in my film lecture class and she texted me that, and it threw me off but I thought it was funny when she explained herself,” Cameron said in an email.
Please everyone take a moment to revel this child’s innocence.
“I hope my sister stays 11 forever,” Cameron tweeted with a screenshot of the text message, which has since racked up over 3,700 retweets.
“She just got her first phone, so she’s never really had the opportunity to censor herself,” Cameron explained. “She never cusses and gives me a hard time when she hears me say certain things.”
Cameron’s other sister Cassie responded to the tweet, asking her brother how Christen would spell her name, considering it also has a cuss word built in.