What I put on my snap story tonight. Lol
I was honestly amazed at how easily my Tb pulled that fellow out of the ditch. He was packed in there and my brother was telling me I probably couldn’t get him out but it was worth a try.
In the defense of the f150, the guy in the ditch said he thinks it was 2wd.
Can you guess what this is? It shut down a school
Talk about a "batty" issue: An estimated 600 bats reportedly infested a high school in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana, causing the school to close both Monday and Tuesday.
On Monday morning, the winged creatures were reportedly seen flying through the hallways of Gueydan High School, Vermilion Parish Schools Superintendent Jerome Puyau said.
Is this the same as a snow day???
While watching TV, noticed something moving on top of my shed... One of the neighborhood stray cats had hopped on top of my neighbor's shed (about 5 feet tall), then hopped up on mine and hung out there for about 45 minutes. The nearby squirrels weren't too happy about it, and were pretty noisy until the cat left.
child in wheelchair on trampoline goes viral FARGO, N.D. (FOX 13) - A gymnastics facility in North Dakota is giving children of all abilities the chance to take part in gymnastics and other activities they wouldn't normally be able to participate in.
Video of a little boy named Wyatt jumping on a trampoline while in his wheelchair at the TNT Kid's Fitness and Gymnastics facility has gone viral, having been seen nearly five million times on the facility's Facebok page. In the video, Wyatt is flying in the air in his wheelchair yelling, "Faster!"
"Our post of Wyatt and Nate jumping on the trampoline on Thursday is going viral!" the facility posted. "TNT hs been receiving messages of encouragement from all across the world about how his video has inspired them," the facility wrote.
TNT says it welcomes children of all abilities and not only helps children, but challenges and empowers them to reach their full potential through their unique physical fitness programs.
TNT says it began in 2006 with just over a hundred children and now they help 2,000 children a week and they're currently in the process of launching a national training program for gymnastics facilities around the country.
"We know this population is undeserved and our goal is to spread this kind of joy as far as possible," the facility told FOX 13.