Recently, I accompanied my mother in law to the hospital for some tests, and we were greeted but a very short person in a wheelchair. She was about three feet long. She was right outside the elevator, and at first I didn't realized that she was a hospital volunteer. I thought she was just a cheerful person. Then I saw her name tag which said volunteer. She told us that she was drinking coffee and working.
I really didn't know what to say to her, but she really made my day. She didn't say much to us other than hello but she had this super sweet smile..... I thought about how God put all kinds of people on this earth and everyone has a purpose. I think she found hers.
I wish I knew what to say, because it was very special to me. I was having a down day and it was just what I needed at that moment, and I bet she makes many people smile. I'm curious as to what disorder she has and what her life is like. She was an adult, with a big head, and glasses, I think. But my memory is kind of fuzzy. If you do know what disorder she might have, let me know. When I google short person I don't get the right kind of results. She probably has some disorder having to do with bone growth.