Of all the currency in a young girl's world, perhaps the most valuable is a pair of Justin Bieber tickets. Oh, the chance to see the hair in person! So why on earth would two little girls suddenly just give their priceless passes away to a total stranger?
For two friends in Keller, Texas, it wasn't really a choice -- it was just the nice thing to do. Dawson Beaty and Samantha Brown heard about Emma Routh on Facebook. Emma, 7, has a rare blood disorder called fanconi anemia, which eventually leads to bone marrow failure. But she's also just like any other young girl -- she loves pink and princesses, and is a huge fan of the Biebs. Unfortunately, her family couldn't afford to take her to his big show in Dallas at the end of October, so Dawson and Samantha decided to step in.
Even though they had never met Emma, who lives 120 miles away, the pair arranged to surprise her with the tickets -- and yes, they asked their parents for permission. After all, Justin Bieber tickets don't come for free, but the look on little Emma's face was beyond priceless.
The Facebook page "Prayers for Emma" has dozens of pictures from the event, along with this sweet caption:
"Such sweet children in this world. Thank you Dawson. You are such a special girl, with a HUGE heart who will TRULY make a difference in this world."