It’s the last Friday in May so let’s enjoy some more Feel Good Friday Stories!
1. A guy from Pakistan had to come to America for a surgery. And people in Alabama were so nice to him, he’s now inviting everyone in Birmingham to his wedding.
2. A SWAT officer in Atlanta did CPR and saved a four-month-old infant’s life. And his chest-cam got the whole thing on video.
3. A woman named Mae Beale just graduated from the University of Maryland at age 82. She turned 82 last Tuesday and graduated the next day.
4. A couple in Scotland named Alex and Jane Hamilton finally got married after SIX DECADES together. She’s 89, he’s 91. All the reports are calling it a “60-year engagement.” But they never actually got engaged until a few weeks ago. He casually said, “I think we should get married,” and she said okay. They had a full Scottish wedding last Saturday with kilts and bagpipes. One of their kids joked he didn’t get down on one knee to propose, because it “would have been dangerous” at his age.
5. A little kid in California is going viral after an elaborate walk-up dance before his at-bat in a tee-ball game. His mom says he’s a “goofy” kid, so it didn’t surprise her.
6. On her own birthday last week, a marine biologist in Spain found a humpback whale tangled in a fishing net and saved its life. She and another diver worked 45 minutes to cut the net away. She says saving it was the best birthday gift she could have gotten.
7. An 18-year-old in Australia lost her mom when she was seven. And she was sad the guy she’s dating would never get to meet her. But then he was going through some old class photos when they realized her mom was his kindergarten teacher.
8. Big Brothers Big Sisters just announced that Jeff Bezos’s ex-wife MacKenzie Scott donated a record $122 MILLION. She wants to help ensure every child in America has a strong role model to look up to.
9. CNN just did a big story on a guy from Italy named Peppe Corsaro who runs several restaurants in England where actual Italian moms do all the cooking. He brings three new moms and grandmothers in every few months, and they use their own recipes. Most of them are in their 60s or older.