Weatherman Jim Cantore was very excited when the snowstorm came down and he was reporting it. Even more excited was this adorable little toddler watching him. Watching this baby imitate him will make being stuck in all this snow and yucky stuff so much better!
It's not every day we see a weatherman jump for joy while sitting in a blizzard and giving a snow report. In this case, a baby watching on the other end can't get enough of it. This is obviously not your average weatherman giving the news. These two together can put a SMILE on anyone's faces while dealing with a snowstorm outside.
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It has been called "The History-Making Gay Kiss," as "The Fosters" TV show, which airs during prime time on the ABC Family network, featured the "Youngest Same-Sex TV Kiss Ever." Yes, on a so-called "family friendly" network, two 13-year-old boys locked lips, and gay activists and their allies are celebrating the moment.
GLAAD, formally known as the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, stated that, "ABC Family's 'The Fosters' breaks new ground with Jude and Connor kiss." For those who are not familiar with the show, Jude is raised by two lesbians, his adoptive parents.
Gabe Bergado, writing for The Daily Beast, claimed that the kiss set "a fantastic standard," one that "reassures all the real-life Judes and Connors out there that their feelings of self-discovery during those middle school and junior high years are valid." more >>
The Gainesville Tornadoes are a basketball team that has players from a juvenile correction facility playing on their team. They are able to play because of their good behavior. But, when they play other teams, no one comes to cheer. Until this day …
In Gainesville, Texas life can get rough at times at their juvenile correction facility for felony offenders. One of the few perks offered to them, for good behavior, is a chance to leave the prison from time to time each year to play basketball. What these players didn't know is that a huge surprise was waiting for them on the court. Vanguard Prep in Waco is where Gainesville was scheduled to play.
When two students heard about who was coming, they decided to do something heartwarming for the visiting team. They had a majority of their fans cheer for them to inspire them and make them feel good. more >>
During a local basketball game, 2-year-old Trent Harris was asked to sing the Star Spangled Banner. He goes up there and when he starts to sing you will instantly have a huge SMILE on your face!
Trent does his best to sing like a professional. His adorable rendition will make your day that much better. Not every 2-year-old has what it takes to go up in front of everyone with confidence and do what Trent does. Let this little man inspire you today. He is a future superstar!
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The family of 13-year-old Jahi McMath has filed a lawsuit against Children's Hospital Oakland after surgery to remove adenoids and help with the teen's sleep apnea allegedly left her brain dead on life support last year.
McMath's family engaged in a high-stakes battle with the hospital to determine her fate. Doctors argued that the teen was brain dead and should be removed from life support, but her family managed to win in court and took her to a long-term care facility, where she currently remains. Now the family has hired AgnewBrusavich personal injury law firm to take on the case and sue the hospital.
According to the firm, the main issue is whether Dr. Frederick Rosen, an ear, nose and throat surgeon at the hospital recommended a risky surgery and then failed to alert nurses to the fact that McMath had a condition that would make the teen susceptible to hemorrhaging after the procedure. She began bleeding that led to cardiac arrest and left her severely brain damaged. more >>
Before recording my sixth album, "No Turning Back," I needed restoring. I was a bit tired, working a lot, feeling kind of uninspired. I prayed from Psalm 51 "Restore unto me the joy of my salvation." The more I prayed that prayer, the more I thought about where my journey began — at camp. I started thinking about where I was at that time in my life, 16 years old, struggling with tough circumstances. Then I met Jesus, learned to forgive, found joy. I pray you will find Him too.
As a high school student, I'd heard stories from friends about camp — staying up late, eating s'mores around a fire, zip lining through the trees. So when the leaders of a club I'd been attending suggested I spend a week at camp the following summer, I wasn't sure what camp was exactly, but it sounded fun — and I was in.
At the time, I didn't realize the camp was over 2,000 miles away. Born in Nashville, I'd never been west of the Mississippi River, but soon I found myself on a plane to Vancouver, British Columbia, followed by a boat ride from the city out to the middle of a Canadian inlet, to Young Life's Malibu Club summer camp. more >>