Just a tiny micro piglet prancing through the grass!
One man, cane in hand, strolled the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, last week with a selfless mission in mind: Help heal the hurt.
He ventured from door to door on West Florissant Ave. on Saturday afternoon giving out envelopes with $100 inside to various businesses, according to KSDK in St. Louis. Many of the storefronts in the area had been damaged from the recent unrest in response to the death of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown.
Source: The Huffington Post
"They were at the window screaming when I knocked it out. I just told them to back up. I knocked it out and got them out," he said.
The fire happened just before 8 a.m. Monday. The children’s mother got out and was screaming for help. Hamilton immediately rescued a 10-year-old boy and 13-year-old girl.
"They kept hollering somebody else in there," Hamilton said. "I jumped in the window and crawled across the floor until I found him and drug him to the window."
On Tuesday evening, a group of kids were playing near a creek down a steep embankment behind their apartment complex when one of the kids stepped on a rotten log, unleashing the swarm of bees.
The kids tried making their way back up the hill toward home for help, but 8-year-old Jesse-Cole Shaver couldn’t.
Luckily, that’s when “Hades” did her doggone best to help, grabbing Jesse-Cole by the leg of his pants.
"Hades saw me and came and dragged me up to the grass and stopped and let me crawl on her back and took me to my mom," Jesse-Cole told Fox 12.
This may be the happiest I’ve ever been to write a post. Last year, as many of you probably remember, we held a crowdfunding campaign to help a family with adoption fees. The Watkins family had already adopted an eight year old daughter from Ethiopia. They were so happy with their new family, they decided to adopt a ten year old boy named Rabuma, who they had discovered in an orphanage. They knew that Rabuma was destined to be their new son, but were heartbroken because they didn’t have the money to bring him home yet. 4,000 of you donated to help make this family a reality. Over the past year, the Watkins have been sending me periodic updates, but I didn’t want to share them because I didn’t want to jeopardize the process. But everything just finalized. By a beautiful coincidence, the Watkins happened to pick up Rabuma while I was in Africa. So between destinations, I took a two hour detour to Ethiopia to photograph the occasion. It was such an honor for me to be present at the birth of this new family. The love that had already developed between them just filled the room.