Karen Fox says her pet Yorkie, Connor, was stolen from her house 13 years ago. She searched and never found the dog, so she was shocked to get a call this month that the microchipped pet had been found. She’s now been reunited with the eight-pound pooch and says it’s “pure amazement” having him back. Source: New York Post
A mailman in Washington state is helping a little girl believe magic is real with an act of kindness. Five-year-old Alice Aardal wrote a letter to her mailman, who she’s never met, asking him to bring her a unicorn. A week later, he delivered a stuffed unicorn, a unicorn puzzle and a card to the delighted girl. Source: KOMO
Baltimore City Schools’ teachers will have masks when they return to the classroom soon. A restaurant owner started a fundraiser to buy masks for teachers and it grew to include donations from other local restaurants and businesses. In total, 20-thousand KN95 masks and more than 11-thousand blue surgical masks have been donated to Baltimore City Schools Source: Today
A Southwest Airlines employee found a boy’s Buzz Lightyear toy left behind on a plane and went “to infinity and beyond” to get it back to him. Ashley Davis says her two-year-old son, Hagen, left the toy when they landed in Dallas, luckily, a ramp agent found Buzz with the kid’s name on it and worked to return him. Buzz was returned to Hagen in a decorated box with photos of his “mission” at the airport. Source: ABC 10
An investor named Bill Ackman got in early on a company in South Korea that’s basically their Amazon. (It’s called Coupang.) And he just announced he’s donating all 27 million shares of his stock to charity . . . worth around $1.3 BILLION.
A hot dog place in Virginia called Perfectly Frank has a program called “Franks for Friends” where you can buy a meal for someone else to eat later. They put your receipt on a bulletin board, so anyone can grab it and trade it in. And so many people have done it, they’ve got a stockpile of receipts ready to go each day. (Here’s a photo.)