When I see a story that touches my heart, the first thing I do after I dry my eyes, is hop on my computer to share it with you. Good stories need to be shared, because sometimes there isn't enough good in the world. That is why when a story like this comes along, it has a way of restoring your faith in humanity. All it took was a little boy finding a $20 bill to set it in motion.
I absolutely love soldier homecoming videos, especially when these soldiers are surprising their kids. This video is awesome because dad dresses as Darth Vader and lets his son take him down, then unmasks him and wow the surprise!
A lot of time you hear about soldiers setting up surprises for their family when they return, however this military dad got the surprise of his life. Six-Year old Michael Cooney did something special for his dad, Staff Sergeant Jeremy Cooney, to surprise him when he returned from Afghanistan. Check out this video.
Christmas may have come and gone but there is still magic to marvel at from this joyous holiday, like the magic that granted the wish of a little girl who only wanted her soldier father back for the holidays.
Is there anything more adorable than a dog greeting its owner? How about a dog greeting its owner after they return home from military deployment? We dare you to watch this supercut of lovable pooches welcoming their owners home from military service and not get choked up.
I'll admit that this video brought tears to my eyes this morning. I cannot imagine what it must feel like to be the parents, spouse, child of a soldier serving overseas.
You can tell from the tear that this mom wipes away in the video that she misses her son terribly. However, she has no idea what is about to happen on the ice as her and her husband prepare to drop the puck in honor of their son
Staci Lowe got the surprise of her life at a Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday when fiancé William Bell, an Army staff sergeant who wasn’t expected home from Iraq until later in the week, ran onto the field during halftime.
Monday's can be rough, most people say they hate Monday's. Monday's for me can be a little rough as well, that is why I thought you might like a feel good video of the day. Jessica was graduating from Cal Poly and wished that her brother serving over in Afghanistan could see her graduate. Well thanks to her parents and the Cal Poly staff he did and boy did she get a surprise. I'll warn you no