Check out this feel good video of a soldier from Dallas, who recently came back home from active duty, and surprised his three-year-old daughter on her birthday.
Theballerlife.com just ran across a very sad story about a innocent 17-year-old teen who was shot and killed by a Neighborhood Watch member in Florida.
CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann reports:
“The parents of a teenager who was shot and killed near Orlando are outraged that no one has been arrested – even though the alleged gunman has admitted pulling the trigger.”
Theballerlife.com just received some very good news. The missing New York teen, Mishell DiAmonde Green, has been found and reunited with her family just hours after she was featured on ABC’s “The View,” last Friday.
ABCNEWS.com and “The View” reports:
“An anonymous viewer who recognized 16-year-old Mishell’s profile from the segment immediately called the “Black and Missing Foundation” to report her whereabouts, which led to her recovery at a shelter called Safe Horizon for victims of violence in New York City.
Green disappeared Sept. 8, 2011 while heading to an after-school program called “The Door” in the Soho area of New York.
While Green has not yet disclosed what happened to her after she went missing, her family said “Mishell is safe and out of harms way.”
Green’s family and Derrica Wilson, who is the Co-Founder, President and CEO of Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. appeared on “The View” earlier today and discussed the recovery and reunion of Mishell Green.
About a month ago, we posted an amazing heart-felt love story (here) about former NFL baller Chris Draft, 35, who lost his wife Keasha Rutledge, 38, to lung cancer one month after they were married.
As a result, ESPN caught wind of the tragedy and published an extended version of this amazing love story.
Yesterday, ESPN ran a feature story on NFL star Charles Tillman and his young daughter’s fight to survive a deadly undetected heart muscle disease called Cardiomyopathy.
During the interview, Tillman and his wife Jackie ,discuss the pain and sorrow they endured while having to watch their daughter Tianna use an experimental artificial heart device to live while waiting for a heart transplant.