32-year-old Aaron Tucker of Bridgeport, Connecticut, was just a week out of jail and had a job interview. So early that morning he grabbed
In Marion, South Carolina, a woman was driving along the highway when her daughter, Eysley, who was in the back seat, became unresponsive,
It was just a regular trip to Walmart for Tia Withers and her two kids. But that afternoon at the Reynoldsburg, Ohio Walmart would be anything but regular. After Tia had gotten back into her truck after shopping a woman with a young boy next to her mouthed the words “Help me. We have been kidnapped.”
When Ashley’s younger sister, Hannah, came into the world, she knew she had someone she could share life’s biggest moments with. But soon, Ashley and her family learned that Hannah was not going to be quite like everyone else in the family. Hannah was born with Down’s Syndrome.
Sometimes, it’s not what you do when you’re earning a paycheck that matters. Sometimes, it’s what your heart leads you to do when you’re not. Isabelle is a nurse who cares for patients daily. But recently, on her days off, she has been visiting the grandmother of a young man she knows. His grandmother is in a hospital and she is dying.
Being a shy person can be an incredibly painful thing. You just feel like you don’t fit in. But sometimes, a shy person can let loose of that inner person inside of them… and amaze everyone. That was the case with Brett Nichols recently at Pitman High School in Turlock, Calif. Brett is a teenager who typically has such a shyness about him.
Tracy Spraggins of Birmingham, Alabama, had struggled most all her life with Lupus, and was going to die if she didn’t get a new kidney soon.
In Pennsylvania, 16-year-old Sean Maehrer, who has Down Syndrome, had been bullied in the past at school and was preparing to start a new year at Salisbury High School last September. His parents were worried about him being taunted even more by the school bullies, and posted their anxieties on Facebook.
A woman was at the mall with her 6 year old son and newborn daughter, when the newborn had to eat. So the woman and her son and the newborn went to the foodcourt and she popped out a breast to feed her infant.
In mid-February, in Wareham, Massachusetts, Sofia Andrade, a mother of three, was thrilled when she won $200 instantly on a scratch-off card.