The news for the past week – in fact, year(s), maybe – has been very heavy.
But it’s important so that sometimes the good news gets a little buried in our feeds.
So here’s some other good news doing the rounds. . .
1. A radio host in England was in the middle of a show last Friday when he discovered his wife had just gone into LABOR. He obviously left to be with her, and their new daughter Robyn is doing just fine. He was reporting on a bad storm when it happened, so they made his middle name “Storm.” (Here is the audio.)
2. A group of freshmen in Alabama all earned certificates and medals this month after saving their teacher’s life. She had covid but didn’t know it, and started having SEIZURE. So they ran for help, and she’s much better now.
3. What about all that moose on ice stuff right now? There was one last week about a group of loggers in Canada who rescued a moose that had fallen into a frozen lake. Now a group of friends in Alaska have just rescued a moose that got stuck in a frozen stream.
4. With the decline of Omicron, the Department of Labor says the number of people receiving unemployment is now the lowest in over 50 YEARS. Their latest report revealed that just under 1.5 million people were receiving unemployment. This is the lowest since March 14, 1970.