The world today is both an amazing and, sometimes, scary place – and those two things converge nowhere like with our children. In bygone days, children were essentially left free to roam about with little concern for their safety. Everyone has an older relatively who would talk about the treacherous trek they’d have to make to go to school. Things like “crossing guards” didn’t exist for them. The concept is one that makes perfect sense:…"Crossing Guard Thinks No One Is Watching, Teacher Realizes What She’s Up To & Immediately Snaps Pic"
Teen Soccer Player’s Death Leaves Community Stunned A Rhode Island teenager’s sore throat turned into a shocking tragedy. Gianna Cirella, 16, was at soccer practice on Oct. 13 when she began complaining of a sore throat, reports the website All That’s News. It soon became apparent, however, that what seemed like a routine illness was actually a potentially fatal condition. Three days after the first symptoms, Gianna was in the hospital facing limb amputation and…"Girl Heads To Hospital With Sore Throat, Then Doctor Breaks The News To Her"
Do you remember those fun bottles of blow bubbles that came with a flimsy plastic wand? If you were lucky, you’d get a rare ginormous bubble that wafted a few feet into the air before it dissolved into nothingness. Well, Gloria Allwin remembers those happy days and she proves that you’re never too old to tap into your inner child. She recorded this video of a perfectly round soap bubble that she created, which was…"Woman Blows Bubble On Pile Of Snow, But Watch As Freezing Air Transform It In Seconds"