Heartwarming Tearjerker of the Day: Moore Tornado Survivor Finds Her Dog in Rubble
This morning, Moore, Oklahoma resident Barbara Garcia was in the middle of an interview with CBS News about losing her home and her beloved companion dog to the deadly tornado, when something miraculous unfolded right in front of them and the viewers at home (starting at 1:32). Just try not to tear up.
thanks to rafa333 for the link!
I recently went on a missions trip to Lourdes france, and while I was there I met a family of 10 children, and their parents. Their ages were 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 5months. Two of the Children, Thomas and Sheila, have Leigh’s disease. This disease is a rare inherited neurometabolic disorder that affects the central nervous system. Most children with Leigh’s don’t live past the age of seven, while some have lived to their mid-teens. It is incurable. Little Sheila just passed away on May 11th. Thomas is still fighting.
Please, Please, Please pray! They are such a wonderful family. Please help them.
one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen!
ooooo steph make up
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I need a moment to process this
I just dropped my spoon
EXCUSE ME WHILE I GO HAVE A PANIC ATTACK
I’M GOING TO BE IN LONDON FOR THIS!1!!11
NO YOU CAN’T
THAT’S A WEEK BEORE MY COMPS
THAT’S A WEEK BEFORE MY BIRTHDAY
BEST GIFT EVER!!!
I WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT I FELL AND HIT MY HEAD AND NOW I THINK I MIGHT HAVE IMAGINED IT
The world must know…
Johnny Belinda - The saddest, and yet sweetest film ever. I watched it tonight with my grandpa, and loved it!