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 · 3 min read

Woman Loses Engagement Ring In Garden Finds It 13 Years Later On A Carrot

Sure, we’ve seen people find things years later, sometimes in the weirdest places. Cleaning up a spare room or garage can yield treasures long forgotten. Jewelry, in particular, seems to be something that goes missing. People have found earrings under refrigerators, rings stuck in the tread under shoes, and the list goes on. 13 Years […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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Waitress Gives Mom Free Pizza For Breastfeeding

All too often, people point fingers at one another. Most of us have been judged for the things we say and do or the way we dress and look. Furthermore, most of the time, those judgments are openly expressed in a hurtful way. Several years ago, people came up with one more judgment to make. […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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7 Years Later Shannen Doherty Is Still Battling Cancer

Death is never a taste one gets used to. No pallet can be acquired for it without some serious causes for concern. Some deaths are sudden, which can be traumatic for the people left behind. But, some are gradual, like cancer, eating away at life one bit at a time. Shannen Doherty has been no […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer

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That Time a Child called 911 for Help with Math Homework

Math homework can be quite difficult if you are a child. And this traverses geographical boundaries- whether one is a student in the USA or a student in India. A child dealing with math homework accidentally called 911 because he thought they would help him out. And they did help him solve his problem. The […]

Mayukh Saha

Mayukh Saha

Freelance Writer

 · 5 min read

Your Kids Don’t Need a Perfect Mom, They Just Need a Happy One

As a nanny and preschool teacher, I praise and admire parents. Raising or caregiving for children is incredibly rewarding but inarguably exhausting. No sentiment seems to affect parents more than guilt. Guilt for going to work and leaving their children in the care of others. Feeling guilty for stopping off to treat yourself to lunch […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Dad whose 3 kids were killed by drunk driver dies by suicide hours after Father’s Day – rest in peace

Drunk driving ruins not just the lives of those it takes, but also of those left behind. This Toronto, Canada family is a devastatingly sad example of that. A drunk driver killed all three of Edward Lake and Jennifer Neville-Lake’s children and their grandfather. Seven years later, hours after father’s day, their father Edward succumbed […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer