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Puppy Love

Puppy love!  Just looking at pictures of puppies can help you focus and probably brighten your day too! Today is National Puppy Day and we’d love to see yours.  Feel free to post a photo below or just take a look and smile. ~ Starlene Stringer

Sister Jean is Back

Sister Jean, the 101-year-old Loyola Chaplain is still praying and cheering for her beloved team. While Loyola continues to win NCAA games, Sister Jean continues to win the hearts of people worldwide! ~ Starlene Stringer

Care Bears

When these little boys lost their daddy in a car accident, their father's co-workers made sure they had something extra special to remember him by.  The United Airlines employees made teddy bears out of Laza Katanic's uniform and gave them to his sons. ~ Starlene Stringer

Rangers Honor Pride

What an honor!  The Texas Rangers have named a field at the teams training facility after the late singer, Charley Pride. ~ Starlene Stringer

Buzz is Back

Ashley Davis was already heart broken as she and her family flew to Dallas for a funeral. To add to the stress, her 2-year-old son left his favorite toy on the airplane. But their story has a happy ending. A Southwest Airlines ramp agent found Hagen's Buzz Lightyear toy, took it on an adventure and sent him back to his family along with photos showing where he had been! ~ Starlene Stringer

Happy Reunions

You're not the only one ready for things to get back to normal. This 103-year-old North Texas grandma named, Pauline White, recently got her Covid vaccine and says she can't wait to reunite with her family. May the happy reunions continue! ~ Starlene Stringer

Women Flying High

This is GIRL POWER! As we celebrated International Women’s Day this week, American Airlines,  honored its first all-female flight crew by recreating it. The Fort Worth based airline had an all-female crew fly from Miami to DFW and pose in a photo similar to the one taken 35 years ago.  ~ Starlene Stringer

Keep Being Kind

Don't let Covid keep you from making people smile. These kids didn't! They recently brought joy to residents at a memory care facility, simply by waving to them through a window. May their actions inspire you to shine your light too! ~ Starlene Stringer

Golf Greatness

 The DBU women's golf team is ranked No. 1 in the country. Congratulations ladies! ~ Starlene Stringer

100yo and Still Working

McDonald’s employee, Ruth Shuster, is an inspiration to many. She didn’t start working at Micky D’s until she turned 73 and this week she turns 100-years-young and plans to keep working! ~ Starlene Stringer

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