This hedgehog's hat game is on point. It is so cute. That is all.
This is one of my favorite ads this season. I'm not going to spoil the ending, but suffice it to say that to me, it almost doesn't matter if he becomes fluent enough for his goal... the important thing is that all this effort IS the language of love, and that is more than enough.... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, I find mildly amusing things in my Twitter rabbithole excursions. On other times, I stumble upon videos that make me laugh out loud, think, and get me inspired all at the same time. Shawn Anchor's TED talk is one of those videos. Set aside 12 minutes to watch this, I guarantee it will be... Continue Reading →
How many times have you left a restaurant with a to-go box, only to toss it in the trash a few days later? In Kochi, India, you can share your leftovers with the homeless population by leaving it in an outdoor fridge! Minu Pauline, restaurant owner of Pappadavada, came up with this solution to help the less fortunate folks in her city: She... Continue Reading →
When an elderly lady noticed a young man struggling to tie his tie in a subway, she asked her husband to help and teach him. Her husband then taught him how, step by step, and even asked the young man to demo it back to show that he can now do it himself. It's a simple story from last year... Continue Reading →
I found this college student through Tumblr and I just love her outlook, talent, and dedication. Her cute drawings and encouraging messages never fail to brighten up my day, too! Check her out...
This is one of my favorite videos from last year. It shows a whole town in Turkey learning sign language so they can surprise Muharrem, their deaf neighbor. Seeing his face light up when he slowly realized that he was able to communicate with everyone that morning, makes me smile so much. Though this video was created as... Continue Reading →
I saw a story last night that simply made me giddy: A couple who had been dating for a year just found out two weeks ago that they were each other's pre-k "sweethearts!" According to People.com, Amy and Justin actually met each other online and at a later conversation in their relationship, Justin mentioned that he always liked her name... Continue Reading →
Over 10 years ago in Southern Japan, Yukio Nishimoto found a badly injured penguin caught in a fishing net. He nursed him back to health, studied penguins, and built a special refrigerated room under their house just for him. Now Lala is part of the family and he even helps them do a little shopping! How... Continue Reading →