Tuesdays and Fridays are something of a holiday for Martha Sugalski's family.
There's no cake involved. Nope, no balloons, either. Instead, Heaton, Wilder and Holden — the 3-year-old triplets in the family — know those are the days the sanitation workers come to pick up the garbage.
Every Tuesday and Friday, the triplets scurry down their driveway to say hello to the three workers driving up to their Florida home.
And lucky for us, their mother, WFTV anchor Martha Sugalski, decided to record one such event and share it on her Facebook page, where it's garnered nearly 32 million views. In the clip, the three little ones excitedly spot the garbage truck approaching and prepare to hand out cold drinks to their special friends driving the vehicle.
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The triplets may not have beaten Chewbacca Mom's Facebook popularity just yet, but it's clear that their friendship with the sanitation workers is bringing smiles to faces around the world.
“It started as just waving to the truck, then the sanitation engineers would stop and say hello, and now it has turned into a sweet friendship,”Sugalski told WFTV, her employer.
And that's a fact that makes Sugalski just as happy as knowing her children are being brought up on kindness and common courtesy.
“I had no idea that so many people around the world would see it and be so touched. I have received more than a thousand messages from people who say these videos have brightened their day and if we can do that then that makes me happy."