Children are usually playful and carefree. Their young minds are mostly in search for one thing – fun. Apparently, kids have little surprises up their sleeves too and there is so much more to them than what we thought we know.
Five-year-old Lexi Shymanski just made herself a little hero and left everyone in awe after surprisingly saving the lives of her mother and 4-month-old baby brother. Angela Shymanski, her mother, was driving her kids home to Prince George, B.C. on June 8th after a vacation when she felt exhausted from driving. She thought of pulling over once she reached Jasper, Alberta but before Angela even got there, their SUV traveled down a 12-meter steep embankment and crashed into a tree.
Lexi is being hailed a hero after saving her mom and baby brother from a recent car crash.
Angela, Lexi’s mom, was knocked unconscious with a broken back and a few internal injuries.
Meanwhile, Lexi woke up to her baby brother crying and somehow, she knew what needed to be done.
Lexi managed to unfasten her seat belt and get out of the smashed car. Not only that, she also climbed up the embankment barefooted. She then flagged down the car to ask for help.
‘It’s crazy.’ ‘I only can remember one or two times where she got out of her five-point harness previously. She somehow got out, adrenaline or whatever, and barefoot hiked up the embankment,’ Angela told Metro.
The first passer-by who came to their rescue managed to get the baby out of the car but had to flag down another driver for help since he couldn’t pull Angela out by himself. According to Angela, it turned out to be a miracle since the second passer-by was a paramedic who knew it wouldn’t be wise to move her.
Later on, the family was rushed to the hospital.
‘If they would have jostled me a little bit, I might have been completely paralyzed,’ she said. ‘It’s hard to know.’
The family was then rushed to a health care center. Angela said she had to be resuscitated twice after the crash while Peter was rushed to surgery because of brain bleed, but is now recovering well.
Lexi only had a small scratches and neck pain caused by a soft tissue injury.
‘It’s crazy because the guy who came to see us in the hospital, he said the medics and the firemen needed ropes to get up and down that embankment, and she did it barefoot.’
Angela was later on told the area of the crash wasn’t visible from the highway. She also missed the turnoff of her usual route and was taking a different way so it would be impossible for rescuers to see them without her daughter’s efforts.
Things could have been worst if not for Lexi’s heroic act.
Apparently, Lexi’s parents taught her some safety precautions like calling the neighbors for help during an emergency which paid off quite amazingly.
‘It seems crazy to do that with a four-year-old, but that must have saved her life,’ Angela said. ‘It’s amazing and we’re just so glad she did that.’
‘She just doesn’t know what it means,’ she said. ‘She’s just five years old and so happy to be home and playing with her dog and her ducks,’ Angela added.
Angela is still suffering from her injuries caused by the accident, confined in a wheelchair but is now on the road to recovery. After what happened, the family has to deal with massive bills so a GoFundMe was set up by their friend Cate Nicholson and has currently raised $21,170 as of this writing.
This inspiring story only goes to show that heroes could be anywhere and anyone, in this case — a few good Samaritans and an adorable little girl whose bravery is a lot greater than her size.
The Story Of A Wise Man And His Ring Teaches Us A Great Lesson About “Self-Worth”
When you feel like all traces of self-confidence within have gone, know that your worth cannot be measured by what other people think or say.
Have you ever had that feeling when all the world is against you and you see your self-esteem decline dramatically by the minute? You slowly drift away and become so lost that not even an ounce of confidence is left to push you further. Yes, all of us have had those times. But if we think about it, a chunk of those negative thoughts are brought about by what other people say and think about us, and the way we take them. You see, when we let other people dictate what is correct, appropriate, and beautiful, we cannot live our lives the way we want it because we are forced to pattern our goals based on their standards.
While it is important for us to listen and lend an ear for advice, we should still remember that at the end of the day, our belief in ourselves will be the major driving force for us to succeed in life. In the short parable below, a wise man wanted to teach a young lad the best way to identify self-worth. After reading this, you will surely have tons of self-confidence to start that thing you've been wanting to do! Don't forget to thank us!
The Parable of a Ring's True Worth
Heartwarming Video Shows Guy Proposing To Two Girls At The Same Time
That, we think, is the most respectful thing a man can do for his love!
Romantically loving someone who already has a child requires one to have a huge heart space as it entails not only being there for the partner but for the children as well. But even with or without children, couples should also involve each other's family and loved ones as they grow in the relationship, specifically when talking about marriage.
Isn't sweet when a man proposes, not only to the love of his life but to her loved ones as well? In this video we found, Derrick wanted to ask for his girlfriend Jessica's hand in marriage so he set up a perfectly romantic date: a gondola ride with all the works. Here's the majorly touching part: during the ride, he plans to propose not only to Jessica, but also to Gianna, Jessica's daughter.
Here is Derrick, all excited and giddy as he waits for the two girls he is going to propose to.
What Would You Do if You Get $86,400 Everyday But You Must Spend it All in One Day?
Spend $86,400 every day or you have to return what you did not use at the end of the day, what would you buy?
Money can buy us a whole range of pretty things. If we have an abundance of money, we can travel all around the world, buy a mansion, own a supercar and provide for the whole family throughout their lives. Being rich is often equated to happiness and contentment.
Time, on the other hand, is an intangible thing that people also chase for a variety of reasons: deadlines, more bonding with family and the like. Time is of the essence not because we need to accomplish so many things in a particular period, but because time in a day can run out and the next thing we know is it has gone forever.
Which is more important to you? Money or time? Think about it, read through the book excerpt below and ponder on which of the two essential things matter more. This was taken from the 1999 book of Marc Levy entitled "If Only It Were True." If you love the 2005 movie, "Just Like Heaven" starring Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo, then you might find this more meaningful as the film was based on this book.
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