NC boy forms special relationship with UPS driver
A three year-old from North Carolina has been watching delivery trucks come and go during the pandemic, but little Asher has taken a special liking to Daryl, his UPS driver.
Suddenly we're all this home, all together all the time. Like many families during the pandemic, the Masons say they now spend a lot of time outside. Just like many neighborhoods, they say, they're sees a constant parade of delivery trucks that extract comes first and the prime trucks come throughout the day. The mailman comes in the middle, and the UPS man comes at the end, a new normal leading to a new, unexpected connection for the Masons three year old son Asher, and was ways to the trucks. And over time, you learned all the drivers names and decided that he wants to be a delivery guy when he grows up, but one driver in particular delivering more than a package. He's just took a special liking the Darryl, because Darryl, it's always gone out of his way to say hello to learn his name. And so, even if we don't have a package coming that day, if Darrell's driving by, he'll slow down a faster plane and say Hi, Asher, and that would make Bashers night. In between visits from Darrelle, Little Asher is busy making deliveries of his own. He proudly wears the uniform and thanks to down, even has his own delivery truck. Recently, his outfit was made complete when Darrell delivered an official pair of ups socks. They're exposed to a lot, and they're taking a lot of risk going to work every day to make life easier for the rest of us. So the fact that he take the time out get after a pair of socks or say hello and just make that human connection really means the world to us. For the Mason family, the delivery of kindness worth more than anything inside the package.