Month: November 2019

5-Year-Old’s 911 Call To Save Dad’s Life Is Cracking Everyone Up

November 30, 2019

Savannah is a five-year-old young lady that has an exceptionally extraordinary ability. That ability showed up when her dad was having issues relaxing. They were at home together at their Hancock County, Indiana property and she dialed 911 all alone. She conversed with the 911 administrator, Jason Bonham and for reasons unknown, it is perhaps […]

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15+ Heartwarming Pics Of Children Who Were Just Adopted Have Gone Viral

November 28, 2019

On any given day, there are nearly 443,000 children in foster care in the United States, and on average, children remain in state care for nearly two years. Also, despite the common perception that the majority of children in foster care are very young, the average age of kids entering care is 8. Together We […]

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After Having 10 Boys, This Mom Finally Gives Birth To Her Little Girl

November 28, 2019

Boys are their mother’s little rascals, but being the only girl in the house can be a real struggle. A mother from Britain finally got a daughter after giving birth to ten sons in a row! Alexis Brett suspected she was probably having another baby last Christmas eve, a home pregnancy test confirmed it. She […]

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Good For Your Soul

November 28, 2019

5 Types Of Friends You Need To Keep In Your Life Forever One of the hardest parts of life is growing close to your excellent friends, only to move or fall out of contact. Sometimes you have to fight to keep your friends in your life. These are the people to fight for. 1. The […]

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I Pray You Heal

November 28, 2019

14 Signs You Are A Healer But Don’t Realize It Anyone can be a spiritual healer. We all come pre-programmed with that ability. But in the same way that anyone can be an artist, some are naturally more talented. In the same way that anyone can be an athlete, some are naturally more athletic. As […]

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2-Year-Old Hospice Patient Dies After Sitting on Santa’s Lap One Last Time

November 27, 2019

After one last visit from Santa, Miles Agnew, 2, has died. Miles, who spent his last days in hospice care, was born with microcephaly. When the Secret Sleigh Project heard about his condition, they arranged for a special visit from one of their volunteers to cheer the boy up. Miles passed away just one week […]

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Autistic boy fails school exams – teacher sends him home with powerful letter that goes viral

November 27, 2019

Bringing up a youngster with learning challenges isn’t any less compensating than raising one without them, yet it very well may be said that it’s significantly harder. While guardians of youngsters without learning challenges without a doubt worry over all the typical things a mother or father does, those guardians whose kids are brought into […]

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100-Year-Old Theater Is Turned Into A Stunning Bookstore

November 24, 2019

There are some people who enjoy taking an active vacation. They may enjoy anything from snowboarding or skiing all the way to bungee jumping. It just seems as if they can’t get enough of that active lifestyle and they want to go home again as tired as possible from the trip they just took. The […]

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Fed Up With Rude Customers, Owner Decides To Teach Them A Lesson With Brutally Honest Sign

November 24, 2019

If you have been around for any length of time, you realize that things are changing in the world rather quickly. I’m not talking about the state of affairs in foreign nations or the fact that people are upset over everything from politics to the price of gasoline. What am talking about is the fact […]

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‘Extinct’ Formosan Clouded Leopard Seen In Taiwan For The First Time Since Disappearing Over 30 Years Ago

November 24, 2019

More than 90 percent of all organisms that have ever lived on Earth are now extinct. Every day, dozens of species go extinct, and according to scientists, more than 20,000 plants and animals are on the verge of disappearing forever. Despite the harsh reality, it seems that not all hope is lost, at least not […]

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