When Ja’Myron turned 8 years old last fall, his mother, Marja Baker, pranked him into thinking he was in trouble for ordering something off the television. Marja scolded her son until he opened the package. Inside, Ja’Myron was surprised to find an Apple iPod, and a note that read, “Happy Birthday, Love Mom.”
Throughout the downtown area of Sarasota, Florida there are six public pianos for anyone to play. While walking downtown, Aroar Natasha came across a homeless man, 51 year-old Donald Gould, playing a cover of Styx’s “Come Sail Away.” Gould’s solo performance took Natasha’a breath away and she shared the video to Facebook where it quickly went viral.
While filming on the island of Okinawa in Japan, wildlife photographer Mitsuaki Iwagō was quickly befriended by a tiny orange kitten. Iwagō was collecting footage for a TV show series on cats when the stray kitten decided to use him as a bed, chair, and lookout tower.
In 2013, Sarah and Justin Hall of Macon, Missouri set up a hidden camera to capture Laura and Tony Johnson’s reaction when they found out they were going to be grandparents. Upon discovering the news, grandfather-to-be Tony scans the room for cameras and leaps for joy when he thinks the coast is clear. Sarah gave birth to a healthy baby girl, Ava Grace, on April 25th, 2014.
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In 2013, Yonder Biology turned to Kickstarter with hopes to launch Dino Pet, a bioluminescent ‘pet’ that “uses sunlight, water and nutrients, instead of batteries or electricity, to grow and glow.” Encased in a polycarbonate Apatosaurus shell live bioluminescent plankton called dinoflagellates. Simply feed, shake, and the Dino Pet will illuminate. Get your bioluminescent Dino Pet on Amazon.