Kids say the darndest things—and do the kindest things, at the same time! Both of these facts ring true in the story of Dylan Siegel and Jonah Pournazarian, two boys who met in elementary school and whose friendship inspired an amazing project that has grown beyond what either one could have imagined.
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** We celebrate "I Am A Mentor Day" with this uplifting story about one NFL Player who stepped in to support a child with a parent fighting cancer. **
For families with a member who is battling cancer, life can seem lonely. The trials and tribulations of such a scary disease can be very intense—how could anyone who hasn't gone through them understand?
In the heart of India lives a wife, mother and award-winning cookbook author named Nimi Sunil Kumar who lives in Munnar, India with her husband and kids. She is a traditional mother and wife who always puts her family first... but a close second is her love for cooking!
Do you ever wonder what a day in the life of a therapy dog is like? In the OGTV Original Series "Sullivan's Travels," a golden retriever therapy dog named Sullivan Travolta takes us along with her as she assists folks in all kinds of settings. Having been trained at Project Chance in Jacksonville, Florida, Sullivan provides support and happiness to kids and adults in schools, nursing homes, classes, and any other program where she's needed.
Everyone could use a few more smiles in their daily lives…and watching a funny video will often do the trick! OnlyGood TV videos help make your life fun, more manageable, happy and stress free!
Christmas is coming! In this episode of our new "man on the street" series, Not Your Average Joe, comedian Joe Leonardo met up with Glen Heroy, the 365 day Santa! As an actor and performer in NYC for decades, Glen has perfected impressions of many celebrities including the jolly man himself. Joe met up with Glen to learn the top 5 tips for being the world-famous Saint Nick.
The decorations we put up for the holidays are temporary—but that doesn't mean they're unimportant. Arranging some flowers in a vase, hanging a seasonal flag, or putting up a Christmas tree are all ways to make a home warm, welcoming, and happy. This can be particularly meaningful for anyone who's been away from home for a while, and who would benefit from some extra care and cheer.
Just ask Lucas and Amy Oppelt. This married couple, both veterans, made it through a terribly challenging time together, thanks in part to the warmth and happiness that holiday decorations bring.
The best thing about Christmas decorations is that they deliver equal amounts of joy to the decorators as they do to the observers. For Gene and Mary Halliwell, Connecticut natives and creators of the "Wonderland At Roseville," a love for holiday decorating turned into an annual event that lights up their whole community—figuratively and literally! After 7 years of gathering decorations, the Halliwells' Wonderland contains more than 800 pieces and shines with more than 350,000 lights!
When Charlie Kobdish was just 10, he gathered his parents, Sonia and Chuck, in the kitchen of their East Dallas, Texas home and told them, "I want to start a business". Charlie was always coming up with new inventions or businesses, so his parents weren't shocked by his announcement. What did surprise them was the very specific idea he had come up with - "I want to be a Pecantrepreneur", he declared. Setting out to create his very own spiced pecan snack, Charlie's Treats was born.