When Your Friend’s Mom Is So Much More Than Just Your Friend’s Mom

Please help me. I need a word. A word we don’t have in English. One that we really need. That I need. Today. For today is a sad day. My friend’s mom has passed away. A woman I’ve known more than 30 years. A woman who has made me laugh. Made me feel loved. A woman who has suffered with illness far too long. So, perhaps, it is not sad that she is gone, That chapter closed. But it is

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Meet The Woman Reuniting Military Dogs With Their Veterans

Flight attendant Molli Oliver has two great passions–military dogs and veterans who have given brave service to the United States. She’s now on a mission to bring valiant partners back together again. She’s reuniting retiring military dogs with the veterans they served alongside. And she’s doing it at her own expense. Come along as she makes another one of these magical reunions happen. United.com has a little bit more information on the wonderful Molli Oliver. How she’s a Los Angeles-based

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Best Friends From Compton Make Good On Pact To Succeed

Compton is perhaps not the first place a reporter would think to do a story on six academic superstars. That would be a mistake. A mistake to underestimate the power of girlfriends. Six girls who made a pact in middle school. CBS News reports that if one was going to succeed, they were all going to succeed. In the spirit of, “You, Go, Girlfriend!” check out what these girls have accomplished. Dedicated to each of my girlfriends who has pushed

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Adam Levine Will Pay Funeral Expenses For Slain Voice Star Christina Grimmie

Maroon 5 lead singer And “The Voice” Coach Adam Levine would love to be able to turn back time before this weekend. Before the crazed gunman opened fire in an Orlando nightclub. And the day before that when another murderer killed up and coming singer Christina Grimmie. The two have been connected since Levine mentored Grimmie on The Voice two years ago. She made it onto the show after developing a huge YouTube following.  Her online popularity has only grown

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Three Women Prevent Stranger’s Attempted Date Rape

So much for minding your own business–three Los Angeles women were having none of that as they witnessed what appeared to be the set up for the date rape of a woman they didn’t know. Sonia Ulrich, Marla Saltzer and Monica Kenyon tell KABC were at the Fig Restaurant at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica Friday night when they say they saw a man open a vial and pour it into his date’s drink when she wasn’t looking.

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The Unvarnished Truth About How Many Friends I Have

Friends. I’m studying the new math. Friends Addition. As in, how many friends do you have? There’s that ever-present number you see on Facebook. How many friends to you have there? As if, the majority of those contacts are real friends. And now, I’ve come across this study. It has me thinking friends and numbers. Adding them up. Scientists in Britain are looking at the age you have the most friends. When you are, according to the Aalto and Oxford

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Pilot Thankful For Plane Crash That Brought Him Incredible Riches

You have to look long and far for a pilot who wants a plane crash to happen. Don Rheinheart certainly didn’t want that 40 years ago. He’s now so thankful that it did. KARE-TV has the incredible story of Don Rheinhart. 40 years ago he was a 22-year-old pilot flying a Cessna from Dayton, Ohio when his plane crashed in Bloomington, Minnesota. The first responders were doubtful he would survive. He did more than that. Sit back for an amazing and

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Two Year-Old Calls 911; Deputy Respond’s To Tot’s Fashion Emergency

Little Aaliyah learned her 911 lesson well. A little too well. Just like little kids everywhere, she was taught to call for help if she is ever in trouble. When you’re two years-old there is trouble, then there is trouble. Good thing for Aaliyah, that the deputy who responded to her call for help remembers what it was to be a little girl with big plans. For some inspirational stories about being a mom, marriage, and finding hope, please check out

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How A Stranger Taught Me Secret To Truly Helping A Sick Friend

I stole an hour of a remarkable woman’s time this week. For Barbara, time surely is a precious commodity. For all of us, truly. Barbara just knows it better than most of us. I would think she had better things to do than spend time talking to me, a stranger. See, Barbara is fighting for her life. Literally. This is the third time cancer has come knocking at her door. Breast cancer at 32. Again at 45. This time is

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Wardrobe Malfunction For TV Weather Person; News Anchor Comes To Rescue

If you’re looking for an uplifting book, written in really short chapters, please check out Daryn’s new book, “Hope Possible: A Network News Anchor’s Thoughts On Losing Her Job, Finding Love, A New Career, And My Dog, Always My Dog.” Dressing for the weather takes on a different meaning when you’re a TV weather person. Since they do the weather in front of a green screen, they have to be careful to wear clothes that are not the same color as the

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