Has Anything Made you Smile or Warmed Your Heart Lately?

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During these trying times and amid the devastation and hardships many people are facing with the Covid-19 pandemic, I thought we may enjoy a thread where we can post anything we've seen related to the current crisis that has managed to put a smile on our faces or even allowed us to dare to chuckle despite everything that's going on around us. It's by no means intended to make light of or mock the situation (and any such content will be immediately deleted) but everyone handles stress differently and perhaps some light-hearted fare would be welcome to help us lift our moods if even only for a brief moment.

So please share any stories of how people are coming together to help each other or amusing videos of how people are keeping themselves and others occupied or entertained. There are a lot of feel-good stories out there and this is a time when we need them more than ever without feeling guilty about it.

I'll start with this cute video I saw this morning of a Puppy "singing" new lyrics to Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" called "The Pets will Thrive". I'm sure many pets are feeling this way. It sure put a smile on my face this morning.

 

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Man that guy is good.....and cute too. :D
 

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Sorry, he's married. :ROFLMAO:

Here is a really funny one of his wife from yesterday. It resonates with Heather!!

 

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Here's another one of his I really liked as well:

 

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This video is not Coronavirus-related but my friend just sent it to me and it's hilarious:

 

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That was amazing. I had someting in both eyes watching it. It's hard to watch without tears welling up but they are good tears. Thanks for sharing. :)
 

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I've only watched the first two episodes. (I think there are four so far.)

Here's episode 2:
 

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switched from Netflix to Disney+ and sent Nate (son) my login info...woke up the next day and he had binged both Frozen movies twice...turns out he was babysitting a 2 year old named Arya (she loves him and he her) and they both sang along for HOURS.

He told his buddies the next day he had ESPN prime (bundles with Disney) and they came over for a 30 for 30 show (Laettner if anyone cares). They gave him grief about Frozen and he just shut them down.

'Why do you care what I watch? Are you stalking me?'

made them feel bad. Bottom line is he is confident enough in himself to SAY 'yeah...I like Frozen...what of it?'

for a 15 year old in todays world, that makes me happy and proud.

What makes me sad is his freshman year of HS is shot as is his plan for summer classes...
 

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I am a HUGE fan of "The Office" and might have had something in my eye while watching this new series on YouTube... :cry:

Nate and I agree on little save two things; he is smarter than I and the Office finale is the best TV episode of all time. Sending this to him and will let you know....ten gets you one he gets leaky eyed as well....


lotttttta pollen down here
 

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