Patrick Connolly loves country music. He told Fox News that he loves to watch country music television, and is even a self-proclaimed country boy. He dreamed of seeing Blake Shelton in concert, and he got that opportunity on July 2.
But Patrick's seat in his wheelchair made it difficult for him to seeing the stage. His mother, Cheryl Connolly, who was with Patrick and his sister at the concert, noticed her son begin to cry.
"All the sudden Patrick started crying," she told Fox News. "And I'm just like 'what's the matter?' And he said 'I can't see because of all these people.'"
His mother and his sister attempted to hold him up so he could see the stage, but he was just too heavy for them to hold. The concert would have been a disappointment for Connolly if it hadn't been for two strangers who stepped in and helped him.
The two mysterious men together lifted Connolly for about twenty minutes, despite the 100 degree heat. They then held Connolly up for the rest of the show, and they even took him up to the stage to see Blake Shelton.
"Today in this world, you don't see that much heartfelt and kindness from strangers," Cheryl Connolly said. "I can't thank them enough for what that meant to our family, and especially to Patrick, to be able to see that."
Via: Huffington Post