Restaurant In London Surprises Blind Woman With Chocolate Braille Happy Birthday Message

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When a restaurant in London found out a blind woman was celebrating her birthday, they went above and beyond to surprise her with a special happy birthday message written in braille with chocolate. Birthday girl Natalie dials in, and shares how much the surprise meant to her. Pilot Pen awards Natalie $1,000 to celebrate the special moment. Be unstoppable with the go-to pens of The Kelly Clarkson Show, the smooth G2 and erasable FriXion by Pilot.


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