by Team Henné <3 / 3.21.23

The Happiness Report (3.21.23)

An 8-year-old snuck his handwritten book onto a library shelf. Now it has a 56-person waiting list.

Writing a book is no easy task, even for adult professional writers. Many would-be authors dream of a day when their work can be found on library shelves, unsure if it will ever come.

But for 8-year-old Dillon Helbig, that day has already arrived—in truly unconventional fashion—thanks to his own determination to make it happen.

Dillon wrote his 81-page graphic novel, "The Adventures of Dillon Helbig's Crismis" (written by "Dillon His Self") in a hardcover journal with colored pencils over the course of a few days.

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Source: Upworthy

102-year-old fitness instructor shares her advice to get active

At 102 years old, Jean Bailey is not slowing down.

Bailey, an independent living resident at Elk Ridge Village, a senior living community in Omaha, Nebraska, has been leading fitness sessions for her neighbors since the COVID-19 pandemic first started in 2020.

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Source: GMA

Wife Plans Big Event To Honor Husband, But The Tables Turn On Her In The Best Way

There are ordinary surprises, and then there are epic surprises. If you’re a fan of the latter variety, keep reading for a truly inspiring “gotcha!” moment.

In a TikTok video, a woman can be seen standing at the back of an auditorium and flipping through her cell phone, presumably getting ready to snap a couple of pictures.

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Source: Inspire More

How a Minneapolis bus driver helped a lost 9-year-old during a recent snowstorm

When Minneapolis bus driver Ambrose Younge was at the end of his route, he noticed a young boy wandering alone during a snowstorm. He knew he must do something.

On Feb. 22, Younge grew concerned after he saw a 9-year-old boy alone and wearing a backpack on a day he knew that school was canceled.

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Source: TODAY

When a neighboring building filled with dogs caught fire, these coworkers sprang into action to rescue them

There aren't many people aside from firefighters who would run toward a fire. But when a Seattle business went up in flames last month, a group of coworkers sprang into action to save their neighbors – who happened to be dogs.

As Smoke rose from The Dog Resort, a doggy daycare in Seattle's Lake City neighborhood, employees from PSR Mechanical raced to across the road.

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Source: CBS News