by Team Henné <3 / Oct 12, 2021

THE HAPPINESS REPORT (10.12.21)

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HOSPICE WORKERS HELP COUPLE IN THEIR 90S TAKE THE WEDDING PHOTOS THEY NEVER HAD

There was no time to get a photographer or even a wedding gown when Royce King and his wife, Frankie, got married on his whirlwind, two-day leave in 1944 before he went overseas to fight in World War II.

Seventy-seven years later, the couple from Iowa finally have some beautiful wedding photos to cherish.

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Source: TODAY


WOMAN WHO WAS ONCE HOMELESS GIVES BACK TO OTHERS THROUGH BOOMING BAKED GOODS BUSINESS

Baking helped Janie Deegan, the owner of Janie's Life-Changing Baked Goods, find self-love and self-confidence while recovering from addiction and alcoholism.

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GUY FINDS VERY SURPRISING FOOTAGE ON GOPRO CAMERA LOST IN WOODS

Last month, Dylan Schilt was on a snowmobile ride through some snow-covered woods when he something caught his eye.

It was a GoPro camera that had apparently been lost by a traveler before him. But, as it turns out, Schilt wasn’t actually the first one to find it.

Once back at camp, Schilt decided to charge the camera to see if there was any footage he could recover. This is what he found:

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PRISON INMATES LEARNED TO QUILT AND NOW MAKE AMAZING PERSONALIZED GIFTS FOR FOSTER CARE CHILDREN

While quilting bees generally conjure images of grandmas piecing together scraps of fabric to create family heirlooms for future generations, crafting the colorful, cozy bed covers has become an outlet for incarcerated men not only to express their creativity but to give something positive back to the communities from which they came.

Over the past 10 years, more than 2,000 personalized quilts assembled by the inmates of Missouri’s South Central Correctional Facility have been donated to children in the state’s foster care system or auctioned off to fund local charitable organizations.

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Source: Good News Network


THIS SELF-TAUGHT DESIGNER FROM SOUTH AFRICA BUILT A CITY IN HIS BACKYARD - FROM TRASH

Mulalo Nego Negondeni has built a miniature version of Johannesburg in his parents’ backyard from recycled materials, after falling in love with the design of the First National Bank (FNB) Stadium.

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PACKERS NFL TRAINER SEARCHED FOOTBALL FIELD UNTIL 2 A.M. TO FIND PLAYER’S NECKLACE CONTAINING HIS FATHER’S ASHES

An unfortunate postscript to what was a brilliant evening for his team, Green Bay Packers’ running back Aaron Jones lost a necklace containing a portion of his father’s ashes in the End Zone grass.

A reporter still at work in the very empty Lambeau Field noticed that at 1:45 AM on Tuesday morning, one of the first team trainers—Bryan “Flea” Engel—was still on the field searching for the necklace.

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HOW MANTA RAYS HAVE HELPED TO CLEAN UP MICROPLASTICS

Microplastics are tiny pieces of plastic that are polluting oceans around the world, so how have scientists taken inspiration from manta rays to help clean our oceans?

Manta rays are huge fish that are quite flat and have two wing-like fins, and they love to feed on plankton.

Scientists have taken inspiration from how the fish eat plankton by filtering sea water through their mouths, without any plankton getting clogged.

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Source: BBC