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Homesick while working in Australia, Brian Robson didn't have enough money to travel home to Wales. So he came up with a madcap idea: Ship himself in a crate via airfreight to London for a fraction of the fare.
"Things have been really dark and the idea of getting a vaccine is such a bright moment,” said Sarah Studley.
“They were my kids. They still are,” said Jessie Hamilton, who was a cook at the Louisiana State University fraternity for 14 years.
“I want my pants to have real pockets like my brother’s pants,” said Kamryn Gardner, 7.
We'll deliver you stories of kindness, resilience and the best among us, every Wednesday and Sunday. The Optimist will help you live your best life and find moments of joy or inspiration during dark times.
In the privacy of quarantine, a sorority of “silver sisters” decided to show their true colors. I became one of them.
Couldn’t he taste the love that I’d baked into those cinnamon rolls? Couldn’t he taste the comfort I was offering through what I’d made? Apparently, he could not.
When the pandemic threw courts into chaos, this Court Watch group kept a watchful eye.
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