Woman Quarantines With Ex-Husband, Their Kids, His Wife, Her Ex-Husband & Their Kids!

Quarantine with ex-husband and the rest of this modern family seemed the best option for all during the coronavirus lockdown Denise Albert never imagined living with her ex-husband again. Crazy coronavirus quarantine times call for situations none of us could’ve ever imagined. She explains the series of events that led to this set up on Facebook and in more detail on this post on ThriveGlobal.com. Albert shares two young sons with her ex-husband, who is remarried. Her ex’s wife has

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Figure How Long Your Toilet Paper Supply Will Last Using This Clever New Website

Worried about your toilet paper supply? This new website could ease your anxiety. How’s your toilet paper supply looking? Are you nervous you don’t have enough to last through the coronavirus crisis? Two good guys in Britain want the world to be able to let out one giant exhale. They created HowMuchToiletPaper.com, a website that helps you calculate how long your current supply will last you. Two brilliant young men in London came up with the website. Ben Sassoon is

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Flight Crew Throws Impromptu Graduation Ceremony For College Athlete Passengers

Not the graduation ceremony these students were planning, yet one they will never forget A canceled graduation ceremony is just one of the huge disappointments students across the world are facing. Still, it’s a huge loss for a young person who has worked most their life to put on the cap and gown and walk down the aisle to applause and celebration. That’s what some seniors from Briercrest College were facing as they boarded a WestJet airplane Monday. The women’s

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Grey’s Anatomy and Other TV Shows Donating Masks And Gloves To Hospitals Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

The producers of Grey’s Anatomy feel there is a higher calling for masks and other medical equipment Even the writers of Grey’s Anatomy probably couldn’t have come up with a pandemic plot like the one we’re living in right now. The spread of the Coronavirus means hospitals across the country are dangerously short on medical supplies like masks and gloves. Executive producer Krista Vernoff of the hit ABC show and ‘Station 19’ told Good Morning America, “We have a back-stock

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Animal Lovers Zoom To ‘Foster Drive Thru’ At Overcrowded County Animal Shelter

Foster drive thru is overwhelming response for animal shelter in crisis mode Foster drive-thru is the brilliant idea born out of desperate times for one animal shelter in California. Kern County Animal services found itself facing what a lot of rescue organizations are dealing with during the nation’s coronavirus emergency–Folks are dropping off animals while fewer people are coming into adopt. They needed foster families for as many dogs and cats as possible. But how are you going to do

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Florists Flower-Bomb Philadelphia Town Square With Flowers From Canceled Events

Florists decide thousands of flowers from canceled events shouldn’t be thrown away Florists in Philadelphia decided there had to be a better way. When four major floral companies had big events canceled because of the coronavirus shutdown, they banned together to repurpose the flowers. To share the beauty. To brighten folks day. DFW Event Design owner Katie Robinson led the charge. She told PhillyMag.com, ““I went into our warehouse and said, ‘What if we just flower-bombed Rittenhouse Square?” Rittenhouse Square

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Venice Canals Are Cleaner & Clearer Than Anyone Can Remember With Less Boat Pollution Due Coronavirus Lockdown

Venice canals are getting an unexpected benefit from the coronavirus lockdown-clean water! Venice hasn't seen clear canal water in a very long time. Dolphins showing up too. Nature just hit the reset button on us pic.twitter.com/RzqOq8ftCj — Gianluca De Santis (@b8taFPS) March 17, 2020 Venice canals are showing signs of life that Venetians don’t ever remember seeing. The historic city has been in lockdown as Italy tries to get a handle on the coronavirus pandemic. No tourists and no business

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Property Owner Tells Restaurants To Pay Workers Instead of Paying Rent

Collecting rent isn’t the most important thing right now for one Arkansas property owner. Keep your April rent money. That’s the message from one property owner to the restaurants that run their business in buildings owned by Young Investment Company, LLC in Jonesboro, Arkansas. They don’t want the restaurants to actually hold onto the money they would use to pay April rent. Instead, they want those businesses to pay their employees, as usual and take care of their families. ‘We

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Husband Celebrates 67th Wedding Anniversary Standing Outside Wife’s Nursing Home Defying Coronavirus Ban

Coronavirus means 30 day visiting ban for nursing home. Still, love wins out No coronavirus ban will keep Bob Shellard from the love of his life. His wife, Nancy, is in a nursing home in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. He’s been visiting her every single day. But those visits had to stop when the governor put in a 30 day ban on visits to nursing homes. ‘I wouldn’t want anybody else. I don’t think she could put up with anybody else

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Closed Shedd Aquarium Letting Penguins Explore & Visit Other Animals

Shedd Aquarium lets penguins go on a field trip to explore and visit The Shedd Aquarium is like just about every other public place in America right now. It is closed to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. Kudos to the marine biologists at Shedd who saw an opportunity. They let some of the penguins explore the aquarium and check out other animals. The Shedd folks shared one particularly cute video of Wellington, a rockhopper penguin. The Chicago Tribune

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