Lilly is a dementia patient and has recently been in a melancholic state. Lilly’s granddaughter, Maxine, knew that Lilly’s pride and joy in life is her children and so she bought her Nana a life-like baby doll. Those around her say that she had been melancholic for some time. The baby doll has brought joy back to her life. Giving her something to care for and share her love with has helped her find happiness in life again. You can … Keep Reading!!!
When we’re young we find wonderment in everything as we discover the world. As we grow we tend to overlook the little things in life and take them for granted. Then, we circle back to slowing down and appreciating what the world offers us; the little things in life. This 101-year-old reminds us that something as simple as making the most of the first snowfall with just one perfect snowball thrown into the air should be celebrated. Her excitement is … Keep Reading!!!
Whether or not you agree with playing these kind of pranks on kids, their reaction says so much about our society. We have this fear of raising a bunch of Verucas from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and maybe if we are constantly stressing the importance of material worth of a “good present” we can eventually instill that as something our children will value, but it doesn’t start this way.
What I see is gratitude and finding joy in the … Keep Reading!!!
It was an ordinary day for Logan Fairbanks. He had just finished up his day at school when his mom and dad met him with a letter. He initially thought he was in trouble when they asked him to read the it aloud, but as he started the letter he soon realized he wasn’t in trouble…although he was still confused.
The letter began by listing different things that were going to happen to him in the upcoming year, and ended … Keep Reading!!!
“Sometimes, kids get sick and then their hair falls out, that’s really, really sad…I don’t want any kids to be sad that they have no hair. What I want to do is give them my hair because I have long long hair, just cut some of it off and give it to someone.” –Emily James, age 3
When three year old Emily James learned about children losing their hair to cancer, her mother suggested that she consider donating her … Keep Reading!!!
“He didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” — Clarence Budington Kelland
Happy Father’s Day, Bri!… Keep Reading!!!