The instructor began chatting to the 4-year-old as his depression worsened with each passing day. “Are you sure, Ma’am?!?” When he finally told her what was going on, she called the hospital. The behaviors of the teacher…
How far would you go to make someone else happy? Some people have such big hearts that they would go out of their way to help others. One of them is Nancy Bleuer, a 54-year-old Iowa teacher.
Nancy is a kind and caring person who sincerely cares about her children. She not only makes sure that all of the children in her class are learning, but she also watches out for their safety.
One of the pupils, 4-year-old Camden, was depressed one day, she noticed. She couldn’t help but see he was concerned about something and approached him to find out what it was.
Camden then told her that her father was in critical condition. Nancy felt obligated to call the family and find out what was going on at home. She was heartbroken to learn that Camden’s father had kidney problems. He was in agonizing discomfort after each dialysis session since they were barely running at 20% capacity.
Nancy thought about how she could help the family. She initially pondered assisting Camden and, if required, caring for him after school. But she quickly realized that donating one of her kidneys to the father, Darreld Petersen, 34, was the best way to help them.
When Nancy was certain she was doing the right thing, she went to the hospital and had a battery of tests to see whether she was a match. Surprisingly, she turned out to be the perfect match for him. “I was quite pleased about it,” Nancy told ABC News. “I was ecstatic, and I don’t know what I would have done if I hadn’t been [a match].”
When Camden and his father found out he was getting the much-anticipated organ, they couldn’t believe it. Nancy gave them the most precious gift of all: life.
Petersen added, “It’s incredible.” “People are waiting for a kidney, or an organ in general, every day.” ” I wish there were more people like her in the world. She’s given me a second chance.”