Here are a few of the Good News stories I have found this week that you might have missed:
DAD HAS THE BEST REACTION WHEN SON BUYS HIM A TRUCK
If you’re in need of a heartwarming story today, here it is. A father and son in Nebraska are at the center of a video that’s gone viral for all the RIGHT reasons. The son worked hard to purchase a new truck for his father to replace a previous one that had broken down, and the father’s heartwarming reaction to the generous gift will melt your heart.
THIEVES TAKE SICK DELAWARE BOY’S SPECIAL GIFT, THEN RETURN IT WITH AN APOLOGY
A 5-year-old boy with autism and a brain tumor will get back his bejeweled replica wrestling belt after a pair of thieves learned of his plight.
12-YEAR-OLD GIRL INVENTS MEDI TEDDY TO MAKE IV BAGS LESS SCARY
A young girl with a big idea has crushed a goal and will help hundreds of sick kids in the process. Ella Casano, a 12-year-old from Fairfield, Connecticut, is the brains behind a genius idea: the Medi Teddy, a stuffed animal pouch that covers and conceals an IV bag. The back of the pouch is mesh, allowing for a doctor or nurse to see through and check on the fluid or medication a child is receiving. From the front, the child sees a friendly face and not the bag of medication, blood product or IV fluid being infused.
NINE-YEAR-OLD PAYS OFF LUNCH DEBT FOR HIS CLASSMATES
Ryan Kyote may be only nine years old, but he doesn’t like to hear about kids going hungry. Kyote, a third-grader at West Park Elementary School, recalled watching a recent news story about a student who was reportedly turned away from buying hot lunch because his or her food service account balance was too low.
“I’m Actually Always Looking For The Good News”
Sophie B. Hawkins