Most people get the look of shear fear when they board an airplane and a young child is seated next to them. (Admit it, practically all of us are guilty of that). But when one mother recently boarded a flight with her young son, and the little boy had to sit next to this big, burly guy in his 20s, she was certain he was going to be rude to her little boy at some point. But, incredibly, the complete opposite happened.
Toy soldiers. They mean something very special during the holiday season, don’t they? Those holiday movies or that nutcracker soldier in a prominent display at your grandmother’s house. And they certainly have a special place in all of our hearts.
Anyone who has followed Elton John’s career through the years surely knows his song Tiny Dancer. It’s seldom you actually get to see one. Or, in this case, two. Yasha Jeltuhin and Daniela Avanzini are only four and five years old, but they already know how to entertain a big crowd.
Amira Willighagen of the Netherlands is only 9 years old, and she truly has the voice of an angel. As a matter of belief by some, she may actually BE an angel. Her incredible vocal talents were more than enough to bring her the winning title on Holland’s Got Talent.
If you’ve experienced the loss of a very close loved one, have you noticed any signs that may be telling you that they’re right there with you?
Josi Aponte graduated magna cum laude from Eastern Connecticut State University. She invited retired Hartford detective Peter Getz to be there. And he was. You see, when Josi was a little girl, a fire broke out in her home.
In 2013, an extremely wealthy Brazilian businessman certainly caught the attention of millions when he said on Facebook he was going to bury his $400,000 Bentley so he would be able to drive it in the afterlife.
Bullies can be awful rough in school. A sixth-grader in Iowa was made fun of by some bullies after he shaved his head in support of his grandfather, who had just been dianosed with cáncer.
17 years ago, Angie, 54 at the time, agreed to watch a little autistic boy named John in her modest Singapore home. His parents never came back to get him. As a matter of fact, they wanted nothing to do with him. Initially, they sent Angie $500 a month to take care of him.
In San Antonio, Candace Curry wrote an open letter to Parish, the step-mother of her 14-year-old daughter. She admitted that she’d hope her ex’s new