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    50 Pictures That Prove The World Isn't A Big Steaming Pile Of Garbage

    Sometimes it's great.

    Just remember...

    1. The perfect pictures:

    absolutely losing it over this picture of my brother with his baby

    Twitter: @keri_wtf

    2. The extremely cool cookies:

    My grandad was giving out cookies with his picture on them for his birthday today 😩😂

    Twitter: @MayaDanielleP

    3. The plant lovers:

    tweet of a little girl carrying a plant and holding it up to the sun

    4. The amazing educators:

    tweet reading my mom is my role model. 
her student couldn’t find a babysitter today & being the true African mother that she is, taught a THREE hour class with the baby on her back & fed him.

    5. The thoughtful tips:

    big tip on a small bill

    6. The kindness of Willie:

    truck announcing the news their daughter found a kidney

    7. The relaxed squirrels:

    a tiny table for squirrels

    8. The lifelong friendships:

    story of a person fixing a pigeon's wing and now the pigeons hand out their place

    9. The fresh new looks:

    tweet of a grandma who wanted to match her couch so she wore a similar colored outfit

    10. The brand new paint jobs:

    man painting over racist graffiti

    11. The incredible fundraisers:

    tweet about a veteran who sells walking sticks for charity

    12. The wonderful friendships:

    tweet reading my grandma's 71 and she told me her and her friend text each other a happy face eery morning to make sure they both woke up

    13. The changes of heart:

    dad who fell in love with a cat despite not wanting it at first

    14. The tiny, little mittens:

    tweet reading Today I found out through Facebook that the overnight security guard at my work knits boots and mittens for premature babies at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. He also posts them worldwide. MY HEART

    15. The pots of gold:

    text of a grandma under a rainbow that says my pot of gold

    16. The unbeatable dad jokes:

    dad sending a text of him in a field that says i'm outstanding in my field

    17. All the great compliments:

    A little Black girl at the gas station told me "I like your big hair!" So I'm feeling pretty invincible rn tbh. She had a pineapple with the two braids on either side of her head and some glittery beads. I told her I liked hers too and she said "My daddy did it from Youtube!" 💀

    Twitter: @D0MXNXQUE

    18. The people who help others:

    table full of goodies for USPS workers

    19. The wonderful phone calls:

    man excited his wife is calling

    20. The restaurants who give back:

    restaurant providing free meals to kids and those in need
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    21. The Valentine's angels:

    man who buys valentines for people who can't afford them

    22. The inquisitive dogs:

    dog that follows its owner into the bathroom despite being tired

    23. The brand new smiles:

    grandpa that got new teeth and is smiling for the first time in 40 years

    24. The kind notes:

    note from a restaurant offering free food

    25. The intense games:

    tweet reading i just saw a dad get out of the car with his two young boys and he yells ‘WHO CAN GO HUG MOM THE FASTEST?!’ and all of them start running toward their house. that’s the kind of future i want.

    26. The little surprises:

    tumblr post reading the moment my dog and husband realized i was in the car beside him and they are smiling big

    27. The little gifts:

    dog that brings socks to its owner when the owner is sad

    28. The fine dining:

    I've been feeding the old man next door for about a month now. I ring him before I make dinner so I know to make extra. I just called to let him know what I'm making tonight: Broccoli Parmesan Farfalle and Lime-Frosted Carrot Cake. 'I look forward to this every day' he said.

    Twitter: @anthonyshock

    29. The amazing costumes:

    tweet reading when i was younger i got to my make a wish and got to meet the red sox and years later they still remembered me

    30. The perfect names:

    tumblr post reading if you're having a shit day know this my local zoo has an alpaca name alpacino

    31. The unexpected guests:

    person whose mother died and then a butterfly shows up on mother's day

    32. The wholesome confessions:

    reddit post about a person who loves when their gf studies and is proud of them

    33. The little gestures:

    facebook post of someone who put cardboard over an open window so rain wouldn't get in
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    34. The celebratory pies:

    person who said when everything is ok the will make a cherry pie and they finally made the pie

    35. The perfect gifts:

    tweet reading When my son was born, i created an email address for him.
Every achievement and photo taken is sent to that email.

When he is old enough, he will get the password and will have all those memories.

    36. The delicious cakes:

    tweet about a dad making a cake for the first time in his dead wife's memory

    37. The fantastic boyfriends:

    My boyfriend came to watch me present my research and at the end I asked for questions. He asked a super specific question that allowed me to reiterate the most interesting part of my research. He knew the answer. He wanted me to be able to highlight it again. What a man

    Twitter: @madison_parker2

    38. The beautiful flowers:

    bouquet of flowers in the shape of a dog who died

    39. The little reminders:

    flower thrown into a lake in honor of a husband who died

    40. The solidarity:

    tumblr post reading fun fact my cat & i are both blind so we accidentally run into each other sometimes, but bc im much louder than he is, when we get close to each other he chirps to warn me he’s there

    41. The well-wishers:

    dollar bill from 1997 wishing someone good luck

    42. The amazing concerts:

    my parents are such goofs they drove out to the backroads so my dad could play the cows the songs he’s been learning on the saxophone pt.1

    Twitter: @erinmherrmann

    43. The beautiful mirror pics:

    people selling mirrors and in order to take the picture they have to take a funny selfie

    44. The little mementos:

    tweet reading when i was 8 years ol di found a 4 leaf clover and gave it to my pop for good luck when he died and i found it in his wallet

    45. The excitement:

    tweet reading a baby was staring at me in target so i started waving to her & she waved back & the mom whipped around & was like OMG & i was like oh sorry i was just waving to your baby & she was like THAT WAS THE 1ST TIME SHES WAVED

    46. The messages to loved ones:

    someone sending a message to their dog in the event they could talk to them and saying how much they love him
    Facebook

    47. The family get-togethers:

    tweet about a person feeding a deer and then the deer brings back its family

    48. The true definition of love:

    tweet reading *Overheard conversation between 2nd grade boys*
“Do you think you’ll ever fall in love?”
“I don’t know. I think if she likes pancakes, then probably.”

    49. The practical jokes:

    tweet reading Before my mum passed away, she gave my dad strict instructions to water the plants in the bathroom. They look so amazing he decided to take them to his new home, only to discover they are plastic!

    50. And the tiny things that can have huge impacts:

    note
    reddit.com

    Dear Sara,

    This is a little bit awkward. But I’ve waited a really long time to pass this on to you.

    My wife and I came in for haircuts shortly before Christmas of last year.

    My wife was suffering from dementia, and you treated her as if you’d been working with dementia patients all your life. You let us sit next to each other, and when it came time for her cut you turned her chair towards me so I could watch her expression as you cut her hair.

    It turned out even better than I thought it would.

    Sadly, she died in March. And that haircut was one of the last, best moments of her life. She felt no pretty. She visited the mirror in her bathroom several times during the day and would come out beaming.

    To see her so happy was priceless.

    Looking back, it was likely one of dozens of haircuts you gave that day. But one which revitalized a woman’s sense of self and her singular beauty. I hope you always realize the power of your profession.

    It’s so easy to take things like that for granted.

    Sincerely,

    A grateful customer

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