BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (KTUL) -- A Broken Arrow woman got a Mother’s Day surprise to rival them all, thanks to the "Pioneer Woman" and "Good Morning America."
Lesley Hemphill never saw it coming.
She received breakfast in bed and loads of gifts courtesy of "Good Morning America" and the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond.
The Tulsa Boys' Home nominated the 27-year-old because of her generosity, having adopted Dakota Hemphill, a senior at Union High School.
Lesley became Dakota’s mentor at the Tulsa Boys' Home and adopted him in 2015.
“It changed everything about my life.," said Hemphill.
Pulling the surprise off was no cakewalk. It took days of careful planning and hours of quiet work.
“We work in live television, but’s still nerve-racking when you want to pull something like this off and knock on somebody’s door that’s not expecting you," said GMA anchor Rob Marciano.
“The love here is overflowing," said Drummond.
It was a team effort between GMA, Drummond, Lesley’s family, friends and many more.
All of this to celebrate a woman who has given so much.
“To me, seeing anyone who is too far gone is heartbreaking," said Lesley Hemphill.
As for the surprise, “I think I was too nervous to be surprised I think," said Hemphill.
Drummond gave Lesley a gift card to The Mercantile in Pawhuska, a nights stay in town along with kitchen ware.
JC Penney presented the Tulsa Boys' Home with a $10,000 check.