Blue trinkets are Priscilla Bailey’s favorite thing to collect. She has a few beautiful and delicate items hanging above her kitchen sink that she admires while washing the dishes. While perusing through a Savers store in Plymouth, Massachusetts, a bluish cracked glass ornament in the shape of a heart with silver adornment covering on the end caught her eye.
For just $2.99, the sparkling piece became hers. It was elaborately detailed and appeared to have something unidentifiable in it, but Priscilla didn’t think much about the contents after she gave it a special spot next to her other favorite collectibles. But after a few days of staring at it, Priscilla couldn’t help but wonder what was inside the object.
Her husband helped her hold a light up to the treasure and there was indeed something inside it! When it dawned on Priscilla just what she held in her hand, she couldn’t believe it. She enlisted the help of her daughter Kat to embark upon a quest to find the rightful owner.
Priscilla just knew that person had to be missing it about now. The Savers store accepts donations and most come from residents right there in town or the surrounding communities, so it quite possibly belonged to someone she knew! So what did the ornament contain?
They’re blessed! We’re just glad surveillance and dashboard cameras were running so we could watch these hair-raising moments unfold from the safety of our own homes!
Being a walking pedestrian anywhere in the world is risky. However, according to a study by AARP, the American Public Health Association, America Bikes, and Safe Routes to Schools National Partnership, there are actually several cities in the United States that pose a severe threat to walkers. Shockingly, four of the ten worst cities for pedestrians are in Florida: Orlando, Tampa-St. Petersburg, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, and Jacksonville.
The remaining six are also in the South: Memphis, Tennessee; Raleigh, North Carolina; Louisville, Kentucky; Houston, Texas; Birmingham, Alabama; and Atlanta Georgia. These densely populated cities have a higher rate of pedestrian mortality than anywhere else in the States – merely crossing the street in these places could have serious consequences.
This heart-pounding compilation clip shows motorists coming within inches of unexpecting pedestrians, and cars colliding and missing walkers by the hair on their chinny chin chins. Every single one of the people seen in this compilation is more than lucky to be alive today!
They came within inches and seconds to death but cheated it narrowly. This compilation is an excellent reminder to keep our heads on a swivel and always pay attention to your surroundings. One momentary lapse (just like some of these folks had) could be the final nail in the coffin! Take a peek at these bone-chilling moments for yourself below!
The staff at Good Hands would do anything for their pupper pupils – even if that means braving the chilly Canadian winters to gather them for doggy daycare. Their unique pick-up method is unlike anything we’ve ever seen – and now it’s going viral online for all of the right (super cute) reasons.
Every day, the Good Hands bus driver makes his rounds and stops outside of the daycare customers’ houses. They’ll honk the horn and get out to help the furry travelers into the bus. Rain or shine, snow or sleet, the Good Hands bus makes its way through Cape Brenton.
Some of the pups are even sent to “school” with a backpack full of their daily necessities. While the pickup bus is a great feature for the pups and their owners, it’s the facility itself that really keeps the dogs happy!
As soon as the bus parks and the driver releases the dogs from their roadway-safe kennels, the pups sprint into the building. It’s time to party! There are balls, squeaky toys, stuffed animals, kiddie pools and kind staff members to play with!
Good Hands is truly a dog’s dream and an owner’s best friend. Learn more about Good Hands’ innovative pickup method and their awesome outlook on pet care below. There’s a reason why this incredible doggy daycare is so popular around town. Now we can only hope other doggy daycare facilities follow suit!