The Happiness Report (6.14.22)
Don’t Miss Celestial Show as Five Planets Align With the Moon for All to SeeIt’s been a long time coming, but this June stargazers are finally getting the chance to see five planets align in the night skies.
For the rest of the month—look east towards the pre-dawn sky with the naked eye, or even better, with a telescope or binoculars—to see a five-long string of planets. We haven’t seen this such an alignment in the northern hemisphere for eighteen years, since December 2004.
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Pediatric nurse uses healing power of music to bring kids joyManny Remilus spent time in and out of the hospital as a child. Now that he's a nurse, he wants to make patients' hospital stays a bit brighter. So, he uses the healing powers of music.
15 Precious Pets Who’ve Finally Found Their Fur-ever HomesThere’s nothing quite like the moment when an animal finally finds their forever home!
Those that have endured tough circumstances may be cautious of their new human parents at first, but there’s no denying the life-changing moment when this realization sinks in: I’m finally safe and free to relax! Keep scrolling to see some of the most adorable pups and kitties who can happily say they’ve finally found their forever homes.
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Couple Brings Uber Driver To Garth Brooks Concert After Learning She's A Huge FanLast weekend, Katie and Zack Watson headed to Birmingham to see Garth Brooks in concert. They were supposed to attend the show with a friend, but their friend was under the weather and couldn't go.
"We had this third ticket. We tried to give it away. It was just sitting out there, no takers," Katie told WTVM.
They were staying in a Homewood hotel and thought an Uber would be the best way to get to the concert.
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Jersey honeymooners reunited with lost wedding ringRichard and Anne Whetter were at Portelet Bay in Jersey when he noticed he no longer had his wedding ring on.
The couple from Bristol raised the alarm with Nathan Rowland who worked at the hotel they were staying at.
He contacted metal detectorist Steve Andrews who came to the rescue. Mr Andrews said it was "a pleasure" to help the couple find their ring.