Daily Feel Good Stories

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Wallace Peoples has worked as a crossing guard for Sherwood Forest Elementary in Winston-Salem, North Carolina for two years. In that time, he has become a beloved figure to those who come in contact with him on a daily basis.

Last month, when the school community found out that their favorite crossing guard was unable to come to work because his car broke down — and the fact that he also spent Christmas Eve in the hospital — one parent decided to take matters into her own hands.She posted about his misfortune on Facebook, and people wanted to pitch in. Not only did they manage to raise $2,500 for Wallace, but one parent also donated a car to help the cause.

Wallace was overjoyed with the outpouring of love.


Unlike most fast food restaurants, Chick-fil-A is closed on Sundays for religious reasons, but one location in Mobile, Alabama made an exception to their schedule earlier this week for a special reason.
Elijah Sprague, a 14-year-old boy with cerebral palsy and autism, celebrated his birthday on Sunday. Because the teen adores Chick-fil-A — and even dreams of working in the drive-thru someday — his mother couldn’t think of a better place to ring in his big day.The owner of the restaurant agreed to open its doors on Sunday just for Elijah, and staffers even baked cookies for him to give away at the drive-thru window to over 40 friends and family.


In the weeks leading up to Duane Sherman‘s 96th birthday on December 30th, the WWII veteran hoped to receive a few birthday cards in the mail. Unfortunately, this didn’t happen due to the fact that he’s outlived most of his old friends.
His daughter Sue decided to take matters into her own hands — pleading via social media for strangers to brighten her father’s day with a simple birthday card.The Internet was quick to respond, and her father ended up receiving more than 50,000 cards and letters from strangers across all 50 states and 10 countries.


 A few months ago, Connie Despanie and Benjamin Hall were celebrating in the birth of their newborn son at Lafayette General Medical Center in Louisiana. Though they had agreed on naming him Kingston, they had yet to decide on a middle name.
They soon found inspiration, however, in an unlikely place —  a handwritten letter that was given to them by hospital workers shortly after their son’s birth, which read, “To my dad’s angel, even though I will never know your name, you are the first child born here after my dad’s passing. When one life is taken, another is given. Please keep my dad in your prayers.”Little did they know this letter would lead them to form an incredible bond with a stranger.https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=OjN7Lh_8-LY

TOM HANKS: Lunchtime Santa Claus

 Tom Hanks Photo by Michael Loccisano Getty Images
Christmas came early for diners at an In-N-Out Burger. Actor Tom Hanks surprised drive-thru customers by paying for their meals.Last weekend, Hanks and his wife, Rita Wilson, dined inside the fast food restaurant. He posed for selfies.On his way out, Hanks stopped at the drive-thru window and paid for the cars waiting in line. (CBS, Los Angeles) 



Brad and Jennifer Bond went shopping for gifts to donate to Toys for Tots on their first date seven years ago, and they have continued the tradition every year since.

When they finally tied the knot earlier this week, the happy couple wanted their guests to be involved in their special tradition. They gave each guest a $10 gift card and headed to a Target in Orlando to shop for goodies to donate.At the end of the night, the guests spent much more than they were allotted, and there are sure to be a lot of happy kids on Christmas morning, thanks to these newlyweds.
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