There’s so much good stuff going on in the US this week that I had trouble finding only 5 articles! I ended up with six today, but I could have gone on and on. Enjoy!
22 year old graduates valedictorian from college after dropping out of high school. After Michael Moubarek had an accident that could have killed him, he decided to make some changes, went back and finished high school, and now intends to be a doctor. Great article, and it just goes to show that no matter what, life can change anytime. Never give up!
5-year-old invites homeless man for a meal at the Waffle House after learning what “homeless” meant.
Police in Farmington, NH have started stopping people to praise and reward them for following laws. Police said they feel like it’s helping them to get to know the community, and also nice to be able to have positive interactions with people. They reported that they thought of the program after seeing a man go out of his way to use the crosswalk after heavy snow.
Teens take service dogs to prom. Neither of them planned to go to prom, but then they met because of their service dogs, and decided to go together. Cutest double date ever! This is a video.
Update. Last week, I posted about a veteran who has prostate cancer and was released from the hospital to a home with no food. He called 911, and since then, he’s continued to receive food donations and is now getting Meals on Wheels. It’s nice to see how much people care.
America’s oldest park ranger advocates for people of color, and she hopes, opens options to little girls.