There’s a freshman running back at a high school in Phoenix named Adonis Watt, who was diagnosed with glaucoma at the age of four. Then he lost his vision a few years later. So he’s totally BLIND. But he doesn’t let it hold him back.
Today is National Pepperoni Pizza Day. Yes, the people who make up holidays weren’t just satisfied with National Pizza Day, which is February 9th, they had to give a holiday to one specific topping. But at least they picked the most popular topping. Here are some results from a new survey:
Did Your Parents Let You Do These Five Things Unsupervised? And Would You Let Your Kids Do Them Today?
A lot of people say kids aren’t as independent these days, because we don’t LET them. And a new survey looked into how much times have changed.
If you have trouble motivating yourself to get up off the couch to get stuff done, it’s not a sign you’re lazy. It’s a sign that you’re HUMAN.
A Guy Sold His Car to Pay for His Wife’s Cancer Treatments, Then Their Kids Bought It Back for Him 17 Years Later
There’s a 47-year-old guy in San Antonio named Wesley Ryan who used to tool around town in a white 1993 Ford Mustang. And he loved that car more than pretty much anything, except his family. About 17 years ago, he decided to SELL it to pay off medical bills after his wife Laura was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.