Many high school students begin to anticipate prom as soon as they set foot on campus as freshmen since it is one of those unforgettable experiences. But other people never make it to their senior prom for a variety of reasons.
Senior Dakota Wollan did n’t wanted to attend his prom at Watford City High School in Watford City, North Dakota. Although he could have asked any of his classmates, he had no particular desire to.
After that, though, his father offered him an excellent idea.
Dakota asked the question to his great-grandmother.
The senior in high school thought it was a good idea and started to make an offer for his great-grandmother, who is 92 years old.
“I was given a 1985 Ford that she passed down to me, and I managed to get it going again. So I designed a sign using that car,” he told KFYR.
He said that he was still “very nervous” despite asking a family member.
Madeline Miller was overjoyed, so it turned out he had nothing to worry about.
She said, “I’d never gone to a prom before”.
Madeline said, “I was just thinking why he would want a 92-year-old coming to prom with him when there are so many young girls in the school.
Age didn’t matter to Dakota since, according to him, if not for his great-grandmother, neither he nor his great-grandmother would have been able to attend their respective first proms.
At the senior prom at Watford City High School, the two were a hit.
Dakota shared her thoughts by saying, “We came out on the floor, and everyone just went crazy.”
This was such a kind and thoughtful gesture! I am overjoyed to learn that both the great-grandson and the great-grandmother had a wonderful time at the prom.
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