On another topic, over the past few years I've become a news fanatic. . it's almost a religion with me. I simply MUST have my coffee and watch "my" news in the morning before I'm good for anything else. And the strange thing is on the day that I miss the news, something horrible happens. For instance I missed the Tsunami in Idonesia. Now I don't honestly believe that my missing that day has anything at all to do with it, but that is just one example of many. . .so you see my point.
But why does news always have to be bad? It doesn't, according to one reporter. Daryn Kagan, a previous CNN reporter recently quit her day job (at CNN) and launched a website featuring Good News!
Here's one such story entitled Secret Santa Revealed:
35 years ago, a hungry and homeless young man walked into a diner in Houston, Mississippi. A single act of kindness changed that young man's life forever. He became a successful businessman and created a second life as a Secret Santa, anonymously giving away more than $1.3 million. Read why this Secret Santa is finally revealing his identity.
To read more of the Santa story or Daryn's good news visit her site at darynkagan.com.
I think it' s a FAB idea!