It is without question that losing a loved one is one of the hardest things in life to experience. We all have our own way of copping with this kind of tragedy. For Stan Beaton, who lost his wife to cancer 14 years ago, it was listening to her voice.
Sammie Welch, 23, and her 3-year-old son, Rylan were riding a train in England from Birmingham to Plymouth when all of a sudden, someone anonymously sent her a drink along with a note. What the note said, I think, is fantastic.
The good people over at Buzzfeed.com have done something I think is one of the best feel good stories I’ve seen this Christmas. They decided to help out some disadvantaged kids at a local home with some presents for Christmas. They didn’t just go buy a bunch of toys to bring, they consulted a group of experts on the matter… other kids.
Ryan Viator’s Legacy Foundation has announced Acadiana Heroes Justin Harrison and Laci Taquino will be honored on the Donate Life float, “The Never Ending Story”, in the 2015 Rose Parade on New Year’s Day.
What are the odds of you looking at a picture of yourself as young kid on vacation, and realizing the woman you just married is actually in the picture photo bombing you in the background?!?! RIGHT?!?!?!