Wednesday’s Good News



A Make-a-Wish child in New Jersey couldn’t go to Disney World.  So people in her community organized a parade, and showed up to her house dressed as Disney characters. (source)


Two doctors at a Duke University hospital had to cancel their wedding.  So they got married at work instead, and livestreamed it on Zoom.  The bride’s coworkers even made her a bouquet and veil out of tissue paper. (source)



A special-ed teacher in Texas is using most of his stimulus check to make masks for his students. (source)


Dozens of hospital workers in Texas are trending online after they formed a virtual choir, and sang the song “Count on Me” by Bruno Mars.



Remember the 99-year-old World War Two vet who started walking laps on his patio to raise $1,000 for charity?  He’s now raised about FIVE MILLION dollars in one week. (source)


A rainbow appeared over New York City on Monday at 7:00 P.M., right after everyone went to their windows and cheered for healthcare workers. (source)



With all the protective layers medical personnel treating coronavirus patients have to wear, it’s hard to see their facial expressions behind their masks. Now some hospital workers are putting laminated photos of themselves smiling on the outside of their personal protective gear. They say seeing the smile helps reassure a scared patient. (source)

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