Alabama Couple’s Wedding Day Turns Heroic
While taking wedding pictures at Orange Beach in Alabama, a woman came running up to Zac and Cindy Edwards to alert them that a man was drowing in the strong currents of the Gulf just offshore. And without thinking twice, the groom, who is a farmer lifeguard and Coast Guardsman, ran out into the Gulf to save the drowning swimmer. First responders showed up shortly after and brought them both to safety. The Edwards now say they spoke to the family of the young man from Mississippi and he’s doing fine.
Here’s Your Heart-Warmer For The Day
Painting someone’s nails surely qualifies as work. But that’s how Walmart cashier Ebony Harris spent her break during a shift last week after learning Angela Peters, who has cerebral palsy had been refused service at a nail salon within the Walmart in Burton, Mich., because her hands shake. Ebony says that she’s helped Abgela with shopping before because she uses a wheelchair. And so on her break, Harris helped Peters pick out a nail polish—sparkly blue, by the way—and gave her the manicure she requested. She’s getting high praise as a result: “Her service to customers defines the spirit of Walmart, and we couldn’t be more proud,” the company says after a photo of the nail-painting session, snapped by a bystander moved to tears, went viral on Facebook.
Here’s The Story, Of A House Owned By HGTV
And here’s an update on the sale of the Brady house. It was revealed Tuesday morning that HGTV is the new owner of the house in North Hollywood, California, also known as the iconic house used for the exterior shots of the beloved 1970s series “The Brady Bunch.” David Zaslav, chief executive officer of HGTV’s parent company Discovery, announced that HGTV was the winning bidder and they’ll restore the home to its 1970s glory as only HGTV can. More details to come over the next few months, but it will be fun to see which HGTV personalities will be involved.