Another person who was inspired by Captain Tom Moore is walking for charity. A 103-year-old retired doctor in Belgium is walking a marathon in his yard this month. He started June 1st . . . walks just under a mile a day . . . and is on pace to finish his 26.2 miles on June 30th. All the money he raises will go to support coronavirus research.
Wouldn’t it be great if this became a trend? A lawyer in New Zealand gave all 14 of her employees an extra $1,000, and told them to take a weekend trip somewhere. All she asked was that they spend ALL of it at small businesses. (Earlier this week, New Zealand announced they had ZERO active cases of the virus.)
A couple in Springfield, Missouri adopted a one-year-old cat named Cheese during the pandemic. And it got stuck up in a tree this week, right before a big storm was about to hit.
Their local fire department didn’t have time to come get the cat down, and neither did a local tree-trimming company. But the tree-trimmers offered to help anyway . . . saved the cat while a neighbor live-streamed it all on Facebook . . . and just as they were rescuing it, a big double-rainbow appeared in the sky.