Get ready for a tug at your heart strings Little 5 year old Amelia Khounthikoumane has already survived cancer which is an incredible feet at any age. Her fight against Stage 4 germ cell tumor lead to
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Would you be able to leave the house and tell your dog a delivery is coming and to pay the driver? Well, this owner definitely can. Watch this Husky open the door, receive the delivery and pay
Do you remember back in the 90’s when scientists were going on and on about how incredible a leap forward the Internet was going to be? Endless knowledge available to you at the click of a button.
We were Bobbin’ around the kitchen and found something you might like! Full disclosure, I love soup and January is National Soup Month! It’s become REALLY easy to find new recipes these days. But there’s nothing more
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Well? And be honest with yourself. Because that will ultimately help you achieve that goal you’ve set. Being realistic in the goal you’ve set is the first step to achieving your goal. Make an outline
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Happy Birthday to Naomi Judd! Most people know that it was chronic hepatitis that forced an abrupt end to Naomi Judd’s stellar musical career. But do you know how it started? It all started as an un-planned,
Thousands of people visit Madame Tussauds every year, but imagine the one time you decide to visit the museum you get surprised by Randy Travis himself! These lucky people got that chance. Watch this video as Randy
It’s not a snowman graveyard. A local community group called “One Good Deed” spent the chilly Sunday afternoon spreading warm clothes around Kellog and Loring parks in the Twin Cities. 75 volunteers placed 10,000 scarves, hats and