Victoria Bradley was pregnant and loving it. She just couldn’t wait to see her little bundle of joy. But at 24 weeks into the pregnancy, she seemed to be having some problems and she learned that if the baby was born early, it could be a serious problem. But that little baby had to be born then, and she was named Francesca.
Gerry Suttle is a 75-year-old woman who live in Waco, Texas. And she has found that her ability to do so many things has slowed down with age. All those chores that seemed so easy at one time – like washing windows, vacuuming and mowing the lawn – were extremely challenging now, if not impossible.
Two years ago, in North Carolina, Gentry and Hadly Eddings experienced the worst thing any parent could experience on Memorial Day weekend. Gentry, a minister, had just presided over his sister’s wedding, and the couple was on their way back home, along with their 2-year-old son, Dobbs. And Hadley was 37 weeks pregnant. Suddenly, their car was hit by a truck.
How far would you go to get your animal to confuse your animal? One cat owner decided to put himself down on all fours, pull the bowl over and pretend to munch away at his feline’s delicious meal… right in front of it.
On a dreary, nasty, rainy day, Chris Wright was taking his wife and three kids home after church. They spotted a woman walking in the downpour and drove past her. But when they got home, Chris got all of them in safely and told his wife, “I have to go back. I have to help her.” It really wasn’t that unusual of him, thought his wife, Carmen, saying, “You know when you have an urge and a desire something to do good? He was raised that way.
Having a baby is a big deal. Especially for a dad who has already watched his wife give birth five previous times… all to girls. So with that, the dad in the delivery room is bound to be excited. Will it be another girl this time around? Well, of course he would love her just as much.
People pay for others meals all the time. Sometimes on a date, sometimes to be nice for a friend. But sometimes, it’s just because they’re wonderful, generous people. Here’s 10 stories that will warm your heart and pick up your tab.
These students came together in amazing ways to uplift their fellow classmates who were going through a rough phase.
William Jazwinski did a 15-month tour in Iraq with the Army. When he returned from the battlefield and got back to the states, he put a properly folded U.S. flag in the back of his truck. As William was driving one day, he noticed a police car behind him, and soon, that police car was flashing its lights and sounding its siren. William wondered what he was doing wrong. He wasn’t speeding and all of his papers were up to day.
Abby is a dachshund, and she lives at a wildlife park in Oklahoma. And you would think she would be highly intimidated by all those big animals, like lions and tigers and bears. Oh my. But no, Abby is not fazed at all.