THE HAPPINESS REPORT (8.24.21)
DINER SPOTS A GUY OUT ON THE SWEETEST DATE WITH HIS DOGThe other day, Gemma Colón stopped by a restaurant in New York City to grab a bite. But the visit ended up satisfying more than just her appetite.
“I was presented with one of the most unexpectedly heartwarming views,” Colón told The Dodo. “I noticed this dog seated across from his owner, perched up on a chair, acting like an absolute proper gentleman.”
The dog and his owner were apparently on a date.
Source: The Dodo
THIS PLANT HOTEL WILL TAKE CARE OF YOUR LEAFY FRIENDS WHILE YOU’RE AWAYIf, like us, you are a plant enthusiast, you’re probably worried whether your botanical friends will survive while you’re away on holiday. In a bid to put such worries to rest, an online plant shop has come up with a remarkable initiative — a hotel created exclusively for houseplants, where they can enjoy a vegetation vacation of their own while you’re away.
The Patch Plant Hotel is the brainchild of Freddie Blackett, who runs an online plant shop called Patch. Now, Patch operates as a service dedicated to putting customers at ease by tending to their plants. From pots to plant care, Patch offers a unique approach to personalized gardening. The best part? The service is free.
Source: The Optimist Daily
WATCH RESTAURANT SURPRISE BLIND CUSTOMER WITH BIRTHDAY MESSAGE IN BRAILLEA heartwarming video showing a blind guest being surprised by a Braille birthday message at a restaurant has gone viral on TikTok.
Natalie Te Paa, the woman featured in the video, told TODAY Food that the London restaurant, Luciano by Gino D’Acampo, did not have any advance notice that she was coming. She and her friend, Claire Sara, stopped into the restaurant after seeing a show together, and Sara informed restaurant employees that it was her birthday.
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GERMAN ANIMAL SHELTER POSTS TINDER PROFILES FOR LONELY ANIMALS, HOPING FOR A ‘PURRFECT MATCH’A German animal shelter began using the Tinder dating app to post profiles of lonely dogs and cats looking for love.
Reuters reported that the Munich Animal Welfare Association hired an unnamed advertising agency to photograph a few of their adoptable animals and write some Tinder profiles to help find “the purrfect match.”
Source: Good News Network
VETERAN SKYDIVES TO CELEBRATE 100TH BIRTHDAYCentenarian Tom Rice, a World War II vet who served with the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, marked his 100th birthday by tandem skydiving 7,500 feet from a vintage plane in San Diego.