Tinney Davidson has been waving to the children in her town for over a decade – and now that she is finally moving out of her home, the local youngsters made sure to give her a proper sendoff.

The 88-year-old Canadian woman has been waving to the kids of Comox, British Columbia since she and her husband moved into their house back in 2007.

Since the couple’s home is located near the local high school, they delighted in waving to all the teens who were walking to school – and the teens delighted in waving back.

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Even after her husband died, Davidson continued the tradition of sitting in front of her window and waving to the kids. In 2016, the youngsters even decided to repay her kindness by giving her dozens of cards and gifts for Valentine’s Day.

So when the community heard that the “Waving Granny” would soon be moving into an assisted living home, more than 400 youngsters gathered in her front yard to say goodbye.

As Davidson cried tears of joy, the kids collectively blew her kisses, gave her hugs, and waved farewell.

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