Posts by Larisa Crowder


June 21, 2022

Adorable 5-Year-Old Surprises Dad With Saturn’s Rings Through Her Telescope for Father’s Day

For some, Father’s Day is a day spent celebrating with their dad, but this isn’t the case for all. There are many people who have lost their fathers or are simply distanced (physically or figuratively) from them and for whom this day can be hard, but sometimes finding a community of people in similar situations on the internet can make it better.

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June 15, 2022

Teacher Keeps Empty Chair in Classroom for Over 50 Years for an Incredibly Touching Reason

Teachers do more than simply give lessons on people, places, and dates to memorize. And though they teach us the fundamentals of how to read, write, and solve equations, some also go beyond the basics. Teachers are some of the most impactful people in their students' lives. Dan Gill, a social studies teacher at Glenfield Middle School in Montclair, New Jersey, takes the opportunity to positively impact young minds very seriously.

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June 8, 2022

Neighborhood Cat and Museum Security Guard Have an Adorable Years-Long Rivalry

Each morning, when the security guard at the Onomichi City Museum of Art in Hiroshima, Japan, arrives to work, he is greeted by two mischievous cats. Ken-chan, a petite black cat, and Go-chan, his ginger partner in crime, are determined to slip through the sliding glass doors when the guard opens them for the day and enter the museum. Every time, the security guard gently carries them back outside, to a chorus of meowed protests.

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