by Team Henné <3 / Jun 15, 2021

THE HAPPINESS REPORT (6.15.21)

Two wedding rings on top of flowers
Photo cred: B. Moya

MAN WITH ALZHEIMER'S ASKS WIFE TO MARRY HIM AFTER FALLING IN LOVE FOR A SECOND TIME

A Connecticut couple got to say "I do" a second time in an emotional ceremony the groom may never remember, but the bride will never forget.

It's a love story that romance movies aspire to. Alzheimer's disease has stolen most of Peter Marshall's memories, but one thing he hasn't forgotten is how much he loves his wife — even if he doesn't know her name.

Peter and his wife, Lisa, have been married for 12 years. But with Peter, 56, battling early onset Alzheimer's that he was diagnosed with a few years ago, he doesn't remember that wedding happening. He just knows that he loves her.

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Source: NBC Bay Area


RACCOON STILL COMES BACK TO VISIT THE WOMAN WHO SAVED HIM 3 YEARS LATER

Little Hands was just a few weeks old when he was found all alone on the side of the road. It was early June, and all the wildlife rescues and rehabilitators in the area were already at capacity.

“When you ask what you should do with [an orphaned raccoon], they say, ‘Leave it alone and let nature take its course,’ or ‘You can take it to a vet and they will have to euthanize it,’” Nikki Robinson, who works in wildlife rehabilitation, told The Dodo. “That broke my heart. I couldn’t let that happen!”

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Source: The Dodo


95-YEAR-OLD CROSSING GUARD IS CELEBRATED BY HIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Robert Frew, otherwise known as “Mr. Bob,” has spent 16 years working as a crossing guard.

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Source: GMA


PET OWNERS SAY TAKING CARE OF THEIR FURRY FRIEND ENCOURAGES TAKING BETTER CARE OF THEMSELVES

In what ways do Americans’ pets help respondents with their own health? Respondents said the biggest benefit their pet provides is reducing their stress, depression and/or anxiety (72%).

In addition to that, respondents said their pet helps them to exercise (62%)—by taking their pets for walks, playing in their house, an so on—and their pet helps them to be more cautious of the food they eat (44%), too.

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Source: Good News Network


HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HEADED TO HARVARD DONATES HER $40K SCHOLARSHIP TO OTHERS

A high school senior headed to Harvard University has asked that a $40,000 scholarship she earned be given instead to a student attending community college.

Verda Tetteh, from Fitchburg High School in Massachusetts, knows how a community college can change someone's life, as her mother attended one at 39, according to NBC Boston.

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Source: TODAY