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We hope this video puts a smile on your face. If you have cancer, we imagine it's not something that's really out of your mind - ever. That's why The Mimi Foundation put together this amazing project very appropriately titled, "If Only For a Second." They invited 20 cancer patients to take part in a complete makeover but there was one catch: they had to keep their eyes closed the entire time. Watch their amazing reactions once they open their eyes and see themselves completely transformed. They all forget their battle against cancer - if only for a second. Visit The Mimi Foundation to learn more about the organization or to donate funds.
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An Irish family was afforded the reunion of a lifetime after winning a contest from Glenisk and Irelandhotels.com. The winner's sister and brother-in-law along with her niece and nephew were flown from Australia to Ireland at no cost and were hooked up with local hotels. The reunion was special because the two sisters hadn't seen each other in more than three years.
Mannequin designers in Switzerland are making a difference in the lives of those with disabilities. The designers are creating molds of the disabled people's bodies and using them as mannequins in stores. This is a great way to spread acceptance for those who are different. The project was made possible by Pro Infirmis, a charity that works with those who have handicaps and disabilities.
Violinist Lindsey Stirling and self-taught, blind teenage pianist Kuha'o Case recently teamed up for an incredible cover of "Oh Come, Emmanuel." This song and Case's story are amazing and definitely worth a listen this holiday season.
The Humane Society of the United States saved several dogs from an alleged puppy mill in North Carolina. One of the poor pups found in a cage was paralyzed and scared. Megan Bliss eventually adopted the dog and arranged for him to have a wheel-cart attachment. The appropriately-named Ricky Bobby can now race with the quickest barkers on the block. There are still dogs that need to be adopted from the same mill that Ricky was found in. Learn more about those dogs and RB on the Humane Society's website.
A dog made an unexpected friend in his owner's backyard in North Bend, Washington. Clara the dog had a grand old time with a bull elk. The unlikely pair played for a while as the elk pranced around the yard and the dog chased after it with glee.
A once-crippled and malnourished goat that was found in a massive hoarding situation is back on her feet. Hazel's inability to walk was brought on by a lack of strength due to limited feeding. The Humane Society of the United States has taken her in and now she is back to prancing around her new barn.
Every now and then, we hear about an awesome police rescue. Well this time, some precious cargo was returned to a little girl in one of the cooler moves by a cop that you will ever see. Evansville Police Sgt. Cullum found a teddy bear in the middle of the road, but was able to return it to its rightful owner just minutes later. Teddy Ruxpin, Paddington Bear and Winnie the Pooh all approve of this feel-good story.
Popular a cappella group, Pentatonix, have brought their sweet vocal abilities to Christmas music. Check out this music video for "Little Drummer Boy" from their classic collection of holiday hits, entitled PTXMAS.
It's always a good day to spread some kindness. If that kindness happens to come in the form of candy - even better! Spandy Andy hits the streets spreading "random acts of candy" to spread a little joy around the city. Like our rainbow-colored eccentric friend says, spreading kindess creates a ripple effect, so why not go out and do something nice for someone and get this kindness ball rolling? Check out more of our Daily Huh? videos.
This two-legged Boxer, Duncan Lou Who, won't let his disability get him down. As a matter of fact, Duncan remains as active and mobile as most four-legged canines. His balance is other-worldly. To Duncan play in a Winter Wonderland, click here.
Lyla was missing her dad, who was stationed in Afghanistan. The family was able to Skype with Lyla's dad but he was closer than she thought. Check out this heartwarming video that is just in time for the holidays.