For over 12 years, Tinney Davidson, of Comox, British Columbia had a tradition of waving to kids who walked by her home on their way to school. Tinney eventually needed to be moved into an assisted living home; when the kids heard the news they decided she needed one giant wave goodbye.
Tinney moved into her home back in 2007 with her late husband. She noticed the kids walking to school would always look at her home as they walked by so her and her husband started to wave. Well Tinney didn't stop waving even after her husband passed. It became a tradition she looked forward to every morning. Recently over 400 kids showed up to Tinney's from lawn to bring flowers, handmade cards, and wave goodbye to Tinney as she moves into her new home!