Quinta Brunson and Abbott Elementary are coming in hot after winning five combined Emmy Awards earlier this week, however, sometimes it’s the small acknowledgements that mean the most.
The 31-year-old actress took to her social media on Thursday (September 17) to share a few handmade cards given to her by younger members of the ABC comedy series cast.
"Congratulations Ms. Quinta B," one card reads, while the others says: "To Ms. Janine, Congrats on winning the Best Comedy Writing award as a Emmy. Thanks for having me on your show. I hope you win more Emmys," alongside a photo of Brunson holding up her Emmy.
"Yeah I love my job," Brunson captioned the post in reaction to receiving the cards.
Brunson made history during Monday night’s awards show, becoming only the second Black woman to win television’s highest award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. She was nominated for three Emmys for Abbott Elementary, including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Comedy Series for her role as teacher Janine Teagues.