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Monthly Archives: January 2015
Cookies and Cream flavored iced coffee, that sounds delicious, looks delicious. I wonder what it’d taste, I bet very yummy. This recipe just requires milk, coffee, and a sleeve of Oreos. It’s incredibly simple and the outcome is mouth-watering. Trust me … Continue reading
I have to be ready for the Super Bowl and be a master in the kitchen (what a great name for a TV show.. oh wait 😉 … Anyhow here’s a great video that will teach you how to prepare … Continue reading
Dramatic video by the Fresno Fire Department, including footage from helmet cameras, show the rescue of three children from a burning apartment… A huge thank you to all firefighters. Nothing but the highest respect for you all out there!
This astounding 12-year-old, is defying all statistics and odds associated with having Down’s Syndrome and Singing. She is a true inspiration to all! Beautiful!
Whether young or old – only the voice counts : in four ” blind auditions ” , the three coaches with their backs to the stage enchanted by the voices press the buzzer to win the young talents for their … Continue reading
Why is it that Budweiser commercials get me every time??? Where the freaking box of tissues??? 😉 Just watch it… As emotional as usual…
“One minute in Auschwitz was like an entire day. A day was like a year. A month, an eternity.” Roman Kent, Holocaust survivor. Survivors have been gathering at the former Nazi death camp Auschwitz, to mark the 70th anniversary of … Continue reading
Bart was hit by a car, believed dead, and buried. Five days later he showed up in a neighbor’s yard! He is being treated at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay‘s animal hospital for a broken jaw, open wounds, and … Continue reading
Here are some AMAZING quick and simple life hacks in this survival edition. Enjoy! 1. Need some light in a pinch and a candle alone won’t cut it? Grab a soda can and cut open the sides, fold them out … Continue reading
This story might surprise, scare or maybe fascinate some of you. I find it incredibly fascinating. Rosalia Lombardo (December 13, 1918 in Palermo, Italy – December 6, 1920), was an Italian child who died of pneumonia. Rosalia’s father, Official Mario Lombardo, … Continue reading