Firefighter Adopts Baby Girl He Delivered In Back Of An Ambulance

Firefighter Marc Hadden can look at his baby girl, Gracie, and know that this was meant to be. Even if Gracie didn’t come to Marc and his wife, Rebecca, in the most traditional way. Marc tells CBS News that he helped deliver a baby in the back of an ambulance five years ago. It was only after mother and child arrived at the hospital, that Marc over heard a nurse say that the mother wanted to give the baby up

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City Council Here She Comes! Teenager Wins Right To Run For Office

When most teenagers might focus on getting a ton of likes on social media, Mary Pat Hector dreams of getting votes to elect her to city council. Talk about a motivated young woman. Mary Pat is 19 and a sophomore at Spellman College in Decatur, Georgia. She set her sights on running for city council in the newly-created city of Stonecrest, Georgia. Hooray for her, yes? A young person getting involved in changing the world. Her potential opponent in the

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Country Star Miranda Lambert On Why She Adopts So Many Rescue Dogs

Few things can make country star Miranda Lambert’s heart sing like her rescue dogs. There’s a lot of love at her place. She has seven rescue dogs! Lambert tells PawCulture.com that she just has a knack for finding dogs who need to be rescued. Or maybe it’s the other way around. Maybe they find her. Lambert gave the rundown on all her pups to PawCulture.com. “I have seven rescues and they get along great. Jessi and Waylon (8 years-old) are

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American Survivor Of Nice, France Truck Attack Is Finally Home Six Months Later #EXCLUSIVE

Home. There is nowhere survivor Greg Krentzman and his family would rather be. After more than six months in France, they can finally say that’s exactly where they are. Home in California. Their ordeal started July 14th, Bastille Day. Greg and his French-born wife, Sophie, were walking down with their 10-year-old on her scooter. “My wife looked up and saw a truck barreling straight at us. I knew right away this was an act of terrorism,” Greg told me in

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Check Out The Most Luxurious First Class Airlines In The World

“You need to show what First Class really looks like,” Miles Husband is saying to me as we work across from each other at our dining room table. You want to see first class, you should see our home office. Actually, you shouldn’t. You should see the fantasy trips he plans for us from the messy dining room table. He came across this video that gives a glimpse at the best First Class products in the world. Notice none of

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Patriotic Chicken Plays “America The Beautiful” On Keyboard Piano

Be still my chicken-loving heart! I need to go out to my 9 chickens in my backyard right now and have a talk with them. “Ladies, it’s no longer enough to lay fresh eggs, we need to get you music lessons!” Take a look at this delightful video of a chicken playing “America The Beautiful.” Really. The video is put together by Two Creative Chicks who describe themselves on their Facebook page as “advocates for fowl play.” And if you

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Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Marrying The Firefighter Who Saved Her

It’s one thing to survive one of the most awful terrorism attacks in US history. It’s another to have that be the way you meet the man of your dreams. All this was the last thing Roseann Sdoia expected when she went to cheer on runners near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon. Turns out, Roseann was standing very close to where the second bomb went off. Mike Materia was the firefighter who scooped her up and held

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5th Grade Teacher Connects With Students With Custom Handshakes

Fifth grade teacher Barry White, Jr. uses handshakes to connect with his students. The idea is simple. Each student gets to feel special as they enter his classroom at Ashley Park PreK-8 School in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mr. White tells WCNC he believes that moment when he connects with each student is a ticket into their brain. A chance to teach. Doubt that? Just watch the handshakes in action. Mr. White shares that he’s a big fan of the Cleveland

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Crushing Winter’s Energy’s Costs With A Free App

This article on a creative way to bring down your winter energy cost is paid content that I thought could be very helpful.  I know I found some good tips. One of the biggest ways our budget takes an enormous wallop is during winter months. Rising utility costs and an increase in supply and demand takes a huge bite out of our budget when we’re just trying to stay warm. Thankfully, HomeSelfe, the makers of a free, downloadable energy-saving app,

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Why I’ve Never Needed Another Birthday Present Since I Was Seven Years Old

Welcome to my birthday week. Which I share, not to encourage you to send a gift. Rather the exact opposite. Don’t bother. There’s no need, As I long ago received my best gift ever. All others have always paled in comparison. This one showed up 2 1/2 weeks before my seventh birthday. A gift I knew was on the way. My parents gave my brother and me a heads up months before. Brother followed this breaking news by hauling me

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