That Darn Question
Doing this will boost your “well-being” by 21%-What is it?
Dawn's giveaway hint....So many of these at the Walmart AMP this year...
and the irony...today's Prize gives you today's answer...
Answer-Going to a concert
Congratulations to Roxane in Springdale!
Lifeguard Saves Drowning Seven-Year-Old Girl
Anytime you mix kids and water, it could be a dangerous situation, but we’re glad to report this story has a happy ending. As people across the country were celebrating the Labor Day holiday, many headed to pools to cool off. And thanks to an alert lifeguard in Washington, D.C., a little girl is alive today.
Authorities report a lifeguard rescued a seven-year-old girl from drowning in a public pool on Labor Day. The D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation says the lifeguard pulled the unresponsive child from the Langdon Pool and treated her until medical crews arrived on the scene. They were able to revive her before she was taken to the hospital and she’s expected to be okay.
“The top priority of the DC Department of Parks and Recreation is to ensure that our neighbors are safe while using any DPR facility,” Director of the department Keith Anderson says in a statement.
Family Says Pet Dog Stopped Girl’s Attempted Kidnapping
An early morning stroll could’ve had a tragic ending for an 11-year-old girl in Pasadena, Texas. According to her family, she was out walking her dog while in town visiting relatives and was nearly abducted in their neighborhood.
Bianca Hernandez says her little sister resisted the would-be abductor when he grabbed her by the arm and told her to “Come on.” The girl was losing her struggle when her dog, Ray, a two-year-old Beagle mix jumped in and bit the man’s leg. Then the little girl was able to get away and run home and both she and the dog were unharmed.
Surveillance video from the townhouse complex shows a clear shot of the suspect and license plate of the green 2001 Ford Expedition he was driving, so Pasadena Police hope to locate him. As for the family, they’re counting their blessings after the attempted kidnapping. “We’re blessed that she’s okay,” Hernandez says.
Source: Click 2 Houston
Officer Buys Gas For Elderly Woman In Need
While working at the St. Clair Shores, Michigan gas station he owns, Seth Kazz witnessed a good deed worth sharing. He saw an interaction between a woman who’s going through a difficult time and a police officer and shared the story on his Facebook page.
Kazz posts that an elderly woman bought gas using $3 in change while an officer was in line behind her, overhearing the amount. He says the officer went outside and told the woman to wait in her car while he pumps the gas for her and talks to her, getting to hear her story.
The woman explains to the cop that her husband recently died and she’s been trying to pay all the bills on her own, but has fallen behind every month. That’s when Kazz says the officer went back inside the store and bought her $20 in gas to help her out. It was a small act of kindness that surely made her day.
Source: Fox 47