OMG News: Soldiers Reunited With Daughters, Louisville Coach Praises Players
On the short list of Things That Never Get Old, family reunions with soldiers is at the top. Sgt. First Class William Webster came home early to surprise his 7-year-old daughter, Madeline. You'll be able to notice the moment she sees him.
After being stationed overseas in the Navy for eleven months, Lavern Blue also surprised her little girl with a visit at school.
I hope you've had the sense to grab a box of tissues by now because it's only going to get more emotional from here. Louisville Basketball Coach, Rick Pitino praised his players in light of Kevin Ware's injury, saying that he was "blown away" by the love Ware's teammates had for him, and by Ware's selflessness and love for his teammates despite the serious injury he sustained.
Kevin Ware was moved to tears when he recalled his injury. He referred to Petino as his "third dad," and said his teammates were "some of the greatest guys in the world."
Thanks to four Georgia teens, a Wilcox County high school will host its first integrated prom. Yes, segregation still exists and yes, high schoolers made the much needed change for a community dead-set in its ways. If you feel like things are stacked against you today, just think of these girls.
Two 90-year-old men raced one another and it was adorable--had the hip-length shorts and everything. Here's to proving that age is just a number.
All right, now for some fluffy stuff. Literally.
After 13 years of separation, this couple was reunited with their cat thanks to a micro-chip they had inserted in him before they separated. I wish I could put a microchip on my sense of direction. Can't find it anywhere.
Domino, a Boston Terrier from the Pets Fur People no-kill shelter, can bark "I love you." He tends to do it when people walk away. How has he not been adopted yet?