Wedding Canceled; Bride’s Family Does Something Awesome!

It’s four days before your daughter’s dream wedding and the groom gets cold feet. He cancels the wedding. What’s the bride’s family to do? After all, KCRA-TV says Quinn Dane’s family had shelled out more than $35,000 to host 120 of their nearest and dearest at Sacramento’s Citizen Hotel. Quinn might have a broken heart, but she also has awesome parents. The Daily Mail says in just four days, the Duanes turned what was supposed to be their daughter’s wedding reception

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NICU Nurse Surprised By So Many Of The Children She Helped Save

You better grab a Kleenex as the tissue company pulls a huge surprise on nurse Renee Hendrix. Renee has been saving premie babies in the neonatal intensive care ward at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital for more than 33 years. Watch as Nurse Renee gets some much deserved thanks from some of her former patients and their families. I can’t watch this video without big bucket tears splashing on my phone. How about you?

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Unclaimed Veteran Gets Hero’s Funeral

Ronnie Toler died as you would hope no one would. Certainly, no war veteran. When he passed away a few weeks ago in a Dickson, TN rehab center, he had no family. He had no friends. There was no one to claim his body. So, the nurses who cared for him at National Health Care reached out to a local funeral home to see what they could do. WKRN-TV reports the employees were so moved by Toler’s story, they decided

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See Elton John Deliver 25 Millionth Meal For Food Bank

Elton John isn’t just a superstar singer, he’s a superstar humanitarian! If you follow his charitable works, you won’t be surprised to see what he did in Atlanta last week–delivering the 25 millionth meal for an organization called, “Open Hand Atlanta.” You might not be surprised, but meal recipient named, Craig, sure was surprised and delighted to see who was bringing by the meals he depends on.   Elton John was in town to perform at Music Midtown, a huge

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Professor Holds Student’s Restless Baby, Keeps Teaching Class

Single mom Amanda Osborn received a much needed gift and act of kindness this week. She says she had no choice but to bring her 2-year-old son with her to class at DeVry University in Nashville. Fellow parents won’t be surprised that little Xzavier wasn’t interested in staying still. Imagine Amanda’s horror as her toddler started walking around the class and straight up to Professor Joel Brunkowse. Little Xzavier wanted only one thing–for the big man at the front of

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80-Year-Old Man Builds Train For Stray Dogs

Because everyone deserves a little fun, yes? That’s why 80-year-old Eugene Bostwick says he built this train for stray dogs.   The story starts with Eugene’s home at the end of dead end road in Fort Worth, Texas. The Dodo.com reports that heartless people just like to dump their dogs and abandon them. That was enough to break Eugene’s heart. credit: /u/christifor So, he started feeding them. That led to taking them in. That led to the inspired idea that these

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Last Known Living 9/11 Search & Rescue Dog Honored With 16th Birthday Celebration

100 search and rescue dogs deployed at Ground Zero after 9/11. Bretagne, the golden retriever, is the last known living dog of that group of heroes 9/11 search and rescue dogs. Of course, she is so special in the eyes of many New Yorkers. To honor Bretagne and to pay respects to the upcoming September 11th anniversary, BarkPost teamed up with 1 Hotels to give Bretagne her best day ever for her 16th birthday. Bretagne and her owner/handler, Denise Corliss, were invited back

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Rival Meteorologist And Other Journalists Fill In So WBDJ Journalists Can Go To Memorial

And here you have the other side of journalism. We saw the awful, dark, and twisted mind at work last week when Alison Parker and Adam Wade were shot dead while doing a live shot in Roanoke, Virginia. Monday, two former employees manned the evening broadcasts. Retired anchor Keith Humphry stepped in. Meteorologist Andrew Freiden is now at a rival station, NBC12, but he got his start at WDBJ. They were backed up by crews from CBS’ national news operation

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Construction Workers Create Sign For Special Little Girl

Just who are those workers so many stories in the air of a construction site? Hidden below the brims of their construction helmets, focused on the challenging and dangerous job in front of them? In St. Louis, two of those workers caught the eye of the “girl in the window.” 2-year-old Vivian Keith was in insolation across the way from the construction site at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, being treated for leukemia. The brightest part of her day? Waving at

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