As European I am much more fascinated by the amounts of pick-ups in this gif
As an American, I didn't even think about it. But concentrating on it now, it almost looks like a glitch in the matrix
On the ruff side of town I see.
You have the right to remain adorable. Please come here so I can hold you against me.
You ok, OP?
Good guy instagram.
James has a bandage on his hand, meaning he grabbed the shooter’s red-hot barrel. Damn. Glad he managed to stop the shooter
It's nice to see the shooter called a white supremacist terrorist! Most media shy away from the label.
“Look for the helpers.”
Was it? I'm legitimately curious because Tariq Nasheed would call a goose a white supremacist if it honked at him.
This is so adorable
Just toss it in the garbage.
Who is this man and how can I send him a birthday gift?
I love this type of stories, This made my day.
My grandmother was in a home for dementia and alzheimers. She had a much older roommate who was still all together so she watched out for her.
My grandfather would visit my grandma every day (they were married 61 years), to the point where the nurses brought him food, too, and was there for her last breath. He still goes and visits the women who watched out for her... Even sneaks in some booze for them on the holidays
That's a special person, right there
I think it is unbelievable old people have to sneak booze to a retirement homes. My aunt works in one in Switzerland and the customers (they are not called patients) get to choose glass of wine for dinner and something stronger in the evening. Family buys, nurses serve it from locked cabinets. But everywhere else it becomes a problem. Someone has been taking glass of whiskey every Saturday for 50 years, but now, oh no, it's a problem.
Funny that that extra caution leads to so much recklessness with alcohol among young people
sit beside me, new friend - if you want to, hold my hand
there's nothing that you need to say, but i will understand
we both have lived such long, long lives, and now we need to rest
sometimes saying nothing is the thing we like the best
side by side, we'll travel on, toward a distant shore
whatever's left unspoken doesn't matter anymore
don't feel that you're all alone - we'll see it thru, somehow
and I'll be here beside you - don't worry, you've got Me now
I saw that ad! And then I wondered why someone would advertise their dog. Now I do. Thanks! :)
Thank you, you’re the best :) And Marley is adorably fluffy
I appreciate this idea so much
Very polite kitty
That cat is never leaving now
Lol like that’s a problem
Stray cats are actually quite common in Turkey. So much so, in fact, that fishermen will give them fish, and restaurants will put out milk for them. There is even a statue of a famous stray cat.
This is the most wholesome thing ive seen all day. Take my upvote!
In addition to CP, people who suffer from several other conditions can benefit from this as well. Way to be unnamed company, way to be.
His proud smile says it all!
I'm imagining people with those disabilities seeing this post and being like "ok well where the fuck can I buy them tho"
She posted this story on her FB page.
My first flights with an infant and a toddler started out with a little panic when we boarded the plane. My 4 month old was screaming his head off because, due to a series of unexpected events, I was unable to nurse him before boarding the plane. My 3 year old, who was excited before boarding the plane, lost her nerve and began screaming and kicking “I want to get off the plane! I don’t want to go!” I honestly thought we’d get kicked off the plane. So with two kids losing their minds, I was desperately trying to calm the situation. This man reached for the baby and held him while I forced a seatbelt on Caroline, got her tablet and started her movie. Once she was settled and relatively calmed, he distracted her so that I could feed Alexander. Finally, while we were taxiing, the back of the plane no longer had screams. During the flight, he colored and watched a movie with Caroline, he engaged in conversation and showed her all the things outside. By the end of the flight, he was Caroline’s best friend. I’m not sure if he caught the kiss she landed on his shoulder while they were looking out the window. Amazingly, we had the same connection in Charlotte to Wilmington, a connection he navigates frequently for work. He helped us get off the plane and led us to the next gate with Caroline in hand. If that wasn’t enough, he changed his seat on the next flight to sit in our row to help us. This guy, Todd, showed me kindness and compassion that I’ve never known from another person. His wife, he said, had a similar experience when their two boys were young and a stranger showed her the same kindness. I am blown away by God’s hand in this because we could have been placed next to anyone, but we were seated next to one of the nicest men I have ever met in my life.
I’d like to find him. His name is Todd. He has a son at the University of Arkansas and he lives in Lenexa, KS.
If you could help share this post so that I can find him, I’d really appreciate your help!
*** Update! I’ve been connected with his wife and hoping we can get together soon!
My man Todd! Compassion five!
The Todd rocks.
Random: i designed the carpet in the last picture for Charlotte airport.
So off to the left is a ranting homeless person ruining the illusion?
This is NYC
This is MOST of America. Shitty people are ruining things for everyone else.
When the nation's media outlets pay more attention to the 5% outliers than they do to the rest of us. I don't know about you all, but I'd gladly give up my seat to most anyone. I'm happy you shared this.