THAT DARN QUESTION
According to a new study, your entire relationship hinges on your man doing this-
What is it?
Answer-Doing the dishes
Couple Returns Diaper Bag With Family’s Life Savings Inside
January 03, 2019
A couple in California who was checking out Christmas decorations discovered a diaper bag left behind at a display in Long Beach. Gabriel Ruiz and Gabriela Jauregui stopped to take a photo when they found the bag and after no one came back to claim it, they looked inside for clues to return it to its owner.
Ruiz says there was a wallet inside with a ton of cash in it, along with the family’s passports, but they were written in Vietnamese, so they couldn’t read them. Thankfully, the couple found another compartment with contact information inside and they contacted the family to return it.
The father, a Vietnamese man who’s attending college in California and asked not to be named, was thrilled to get the bag, cash, and passports back. He thought he lost his life savings when they stopped to take pictures and left without the diaper bag. “You just saved my life,” the grateful man told his good samaritans when they returned his stuff. “Can I have a hug please?”
Source: Sunny Skyz
New Dad Given New Car After His Catches Fire At Hospital
January 03, 2019
This was a Christmas Travis Trent will never forget. He became a father for the first time when his daughter, Kennedy, was born on Christmas day, but he also watched his beloved BMW burst into flames and burn in the Washington hospital where his girlfriend gave birth.
Trent was sitting in his car with the heater running when he says the blower motor “made a screeching sound.” He figured something bad was about to happen, so he turned the car off and smoke started coming out of the dashboard. When the 24-year-old heating and air conditioning tech opened the glove box, he saw flames, so he drove up to the parking garage roof so his car wouldn’t endanger other cars.
After grabbing his girlfriend’s makeup bag and their new baby’s carseat, he watched as his car caught fire and burned. Luckily, his brother works at Sunset Auto Wholesale in Tacoma and when the owner, Nathan Craig, heard about Trent’s car, he donated one exactly like it to the new dad. It’s the same year and color as the old one and the first-time father is thankful.
“I’m overly grateful,” Trent says. “I would never have thought this would happen.”
Source: Inside Edition
Strangers Save Woman Choking At Steakhouse
January 03, 2019
A pair of good Samaritans who were definitely in the right place at the right time helped save a woman who was choking at a Florida restaurant on New Year’s Day. Karlton Brown and his husband, Paul Fogarty-Brown, are both CPR certified, so when a woman started choking at Morton’s Steakhouse in Boca Raton, they both jumped in to save her.
“She lost consciousness,” Paul Fogarty-Brown explains. “And then her pulse, her heart stopped.” The couple gave the woman CPR until the food was dislodged, saving her life.
Boca Raton Fire Rescue says the woman was taken to a local hospital and that she’s now in stable condition. Officials say this is a good reminder that everyone should get CPR and life support training.
An 11-Year-Old Boy Saves Grown Man From Drowning
While swimming at his family’s apartment complex in Minnesota, 11-year-old Advaik Nandikotkur realized a grown man was unresponsive in the deep end. The boy was at the indoor pool with his uncle and mother, but he’s the only one who knew how to swim, so he saved the unconscious 34-year-old stranger.
Eagan police are calling the kid’s life saving efforts “amazing” and say 70-pound Advaik jumped in, swam to the bottom to grab the man, who weighs about 170-pounds, then pulled him to the surface. Once he got the man to the edge of the pool, his uncle and other grown-ups did CPR on the unnamed man. He regained consciousness and was taken to the hospital to be checked out and is said to be “doing just fine” now.
“I have never seen anything like this,” Eagan Police Officer Aaron Machtemes explains. “He just jumped into action and jumped in and saved a guy who was drowning. And literally saved his life.”
Airline Will Honor $16,000 Fares Sold For Just $675
When Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific airline mistakenly sold some first and business-class seats for a fraction of the usual price, some passengers got lucky and bought the tickets. Seats on August flights from Vietnam to New York were accidentally sold for about $675, with prices on the same route in July and September selling for $16,000.
The airline admits it “made a mistake,” but it will honor the tickets for those fortunate enough to buy one. Mac Jaehnert snagged a first class ticket from Boston to Hong Kong and on to Hanoi in business class for a grand total of $1,220. He says, “I did the math and what I paid is about a 95% discount.”