I think we’ve all been there. It’s no surprise, really, that another mother might reach out to help.
Drink up, because a huge university study spanning three-decades has found that heavy drinkers are more likely to live to the age of 85 without dementia.
He delivers the mail, but a Texas postman is setting records for another kind of delivery he makes. It’s a delivery that is saving lives.
Blood donation is something many people can — and do — do.
The mocha-flavoured, long-distance delivery reached Emily Pomeranz’s bedside days before she died.
I loved this. I hope the restaurant gets a ton more business.
Twenty-seven reused and refurbished bikes were donated to local nonprofits today as part of a collaboration between the City of Long Beach, Waste Management Inc. and Pedal Movement.
A great idea.
While “Game of Thrones” may be about rulers of dragons, this man takes care of much smaller animals – and he is only able to do so because of the beloved television show.
I’m a big fan of the show, and I definitely appreciate the serendipity that allowed this to happen as well.
It’s cheaper than you’d think.
I love seeing signs of progress in alternative energy. I love this as a concept — solar tiles that simply replace normal roofing materials — though it still needs to be field proven. I see this also as a great sign of progress and more innovations in the future.
A Kerry woman who emigrated to America in her twenties was awarded her high-school diploma at the age of 107.
Ages is just a number, after all.
A very loyal Whataburger customer got an orange and white surprise for his 80th birthday from his favorite fast food restaurant.
Little things like this can make such a difference in people’s lives….
A Christian clergyman kneeling inside a mosque would normally be an unusual occurrence, but in Leamington — the small farming community in southwestern Ontario — it’s become a common sight.
This happens more often than we might imagine, and needs more visibility. “… just reaching out and saying here we are together — brothers and sisters of this Earth, regardless of religion, creed, colour, it doesn’t matter.”