by Team Henné <3 / Nov 16, 2021

THE HAPPINESS REPORT (11.16.21)

White duck on grass


PEOPLE CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF THIS DUCK RUNNING IN THE NYC MARATHON—SHOES AND ALL

Well, here's something you don't see every day. Or, um, ever.

The New York City Marathon took place this past Sunday, as 33,000 runners of all shapes and sizes ran the 26.2 miles from Staten Island to Central Park. Among them was a runner no one would have expected—an energetic white duck named Wrinkle.

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Source: Upworthy


BOY USES 'MAKE-A-WISH' GRANT TO FEED THE HOMELESS FOR A YEAR

A 13-year-old boy in Jackson, Mississippi, didn't use his Make-A-Wish for a Playstation or a trip to Disney World.

He used it to feed the homeless.

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Source: Sunny Skyz


WOMAN BIKES HOME WITH A KITTEN IN HER BACKPACK AFTER THEY CROSSED PATHS AT INTERSECTION

A few months ago, Matea was on her way home from work when she came across a stray kitten wandering alone near a busy intersection.

"I was biking on my usual route. As I was coming close to the intersection, I noticed a small fluff ball and realized it was a tiny kitten, obviously malnourished," Matea shared with Love Meow.

She got off her bicycle and approached the kitten, trying to get him to safety.

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Source: Love Meow


DESERVING MARINE VETERANS SURPRISED WITH DREAM HOME

Mario and Amy Perez are active members of the community and have both served the country.

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Source: GMA


PHOTO OF FIREFIGHTER READING BOOK TO LITTLE GIRL AFTER A CAR CRASH WARMS HEARTS ON THE INTERNET

A photo taken by a bystander in Montana captured the touching scene of a firefighter reading a book to a little girl in the street, taking her mind off the trauma of their family’s car crash.

It was nighttime about a month ago when the Billings Fire Department responded to the two-vehicle accident, sirens blaring.

While the crews and the girl’s parents were busy with tow trucks and police reports, firefighter Ryan Benton took a book out of their fire engine and started reading to her on the curb.

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Source: Good News Network