Happy Thursday, Cayer Crew! With all the bad news these days, it’s easy to get caught up in the negative. Don’t walk around with a cloud over your head! This week, we’re bringing you three positive news highlights to brighten your mood.
- “Greek Athlete Carries Disabled Woman Up Mount Olympus – Fulfilling her Life-Long Dream”
22-year old Eleftheria Tosiou always dreamed of climbing Mount Olypmus, but feared her disability would limit her from ever achieving this goal. In college, she met athlete Marios Giannakou, who would become a good friend. Marios carried her on his back up the top of the mountain, helping her see her life-long dream come true! Read more on the Good News Network: https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/greek-athlete-carries-disabled-woman-up-mount-olympus/
2. “102-Year-Old Wears PPE to Cast her Ballot”
When 102-year-old Bea Lumpkin was born, women did not have the right to vote. Lumpkin has never missed a presidential election, and did not let the coronavirus stop her! Dressed in full PPE, she successfully cast her mail-in ballot. Read more on the Today Show: https://www.today.com/parents/102-year-old-wears-ppe-cast-mail-ballot-viral-photo-t193369
3. “Dad Builds Desks for Those Who Need Them”
With the numbers of students working from home continues to increase, not everyone has a safe, quiet place to do school work. Mitchell Couch of Lemoore, California, has made it his mission during quarantine to make sure every child has a clean work space. His wife even got in on the project, and started crafting desks while Couch was at work. Read more on MSN: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/ive-gotten-thousands-of-messages-dad-builds-desks-for-students-who-need-them/ar-BB19zUm8
We hope these stories have lifted your spirits! These days, it’s easy to feel discouraged. Focus on the good, and try to stay positive, CBG Crew!
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