by Team Henné <3 / Aug 10, 2021

THE HAPPINESS REPORT (8.10.21)

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HUSBAND RENTS MOVIE THEATER TO SURPRISE WIFE WITH LONG-LOST WEDDING VIDEO

Drew and Kayla Gottfried celebrated 14 years of marriage but never got to see their wedding footage after it got lost. Watch to see her reaction to what we thought was lost forever.

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Source: GMA


COMEDY WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2020 FINALISTS – IN PICTURES

Take a look at some of the light-hearted images of wildlife submitted by finalists from this year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography awards.

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Source: The Guardian


STUDENTS INVENT DEVICE SO DAD IN WHEELCHAIR CAN STROLL WITH HIS BABY

A group of high school students has invented an innovative stroller attachment for wheelchairs that allows people with disabilities to safely take their baby for a walk.

The invention, called WheeStroll, was developed by a team of students from Bullis School in Maryland, as part of a class called Making for Social Good. The aim was to make the device safe yet simple to make, so it would be accessible to as many people in need as possible.

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Source: The Optimist Daily


WOMAN SPOTS CLEVER PUP RINGING DOORBELL LIKE A HUMAN

While some dogs seem to have mastered the art of being sneaky by learning to slip away from home to go on solo adventures, getting back inside at the journey’s end is often the toughest part.

But not for this clever pup.

Recently, a passerby spotted something unusual taking place outside a house in Mato Grosso, Brazil. There, a big, floppy dog was seen lingering near the gated entrance, appearing to be all alone.

As the passerby looked on, the clever dog hopped up and rang the doorbell — just like a human.

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Source: The Dodo


DUTCH INTRODUCE THE ‘MAIN TRAVEL COUPÉ’ EXPERIENCE FOR DEMENTIA SUFFERERS

The Dutch National Railway (NS) and Alzheimer Nederland have developed the Main Travel Coupé especially for residents with dementia in nursing homes. The compartment consists of parts that come from real trains. Looking out the 'window' of the compartment, the landscape glides by, it seems as if the train is really driving on the track.

“The coupé stimulates different senses: looking, feeling and hearing. Due to the recognisability of the Main Travel Coupé, we may bring back nice memories," says Gerjoke Wilmink, director of Alzheimer Nederland.

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Source: BrightVibes