Better late than never, right? Welcome to your weekly dose of good news.
When no one showed up for her autistic son’s birthday party, Mom posted on Facebook. Strangers showed up bearing cards and gifts, along with the Osceola Sheriff’s Department. I’m really glad that this story had a happy ending. Kindness goes a long way.
A man who was living in his car in Colorado Springs spent time helping push other people’s stuck cars out of the snow. When the news caught him in action, strangers offered to put him up in a hotel and started a GoFundMe page for him. That’s what it’s all about: people helping people.
You may not recognize the name John Unger, but almost everyone will recognize the picture of him helping his elderly, arthritic dog to float in the water. Shoep (the dog in the photo) died in 2013, but the photo is still viral, making its way around the internet. Dog lovers will rejoice as this sweet man has adopted a new friend who will no doubt get amazing loving care.
Photographer captures people from 1 to 100, showing their dreams. The photographs are in Russia, but the people could just as easily be living next door to us. Take a few minutes to look at the photos, as they’re lovely. You were just going to spend that time looking at LolCats anyway, weren’t you?
As you go into the weekend, here’s a thought:
“Today I bent the truth to be kind, and I have no regret, for I am far surer of what is kind than I am of what is true.”
We only have one another in this world, so be kind to someone today.