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Viral Video Of 101-Year-Old Woman Playing In The Snow Will Melt Your Heart.

This centenarian woman teaches us what true happiness means and the secret to living 100 years or more.

Jessa Ventures





What is happiness? For 101-year-old Albina Foisy from Lillooet, British Columbia, happiness is as simple as enjoying and playing in the snow–reminding us to embrace the little child in us and appreciate life’s simple pleasures. After all, no one is really too old to have fun and live life to the fullest.

Meanwhile, for a son like Armand Foisy, being able to witness that priceless moment is what true happiness means. He was driving with his wife and mother through the snow when he stopped the car along Highway 99, a few kilometers south of Lillooet to check if there was any traffic coming. And then this happened.

His centenarian mother, Albina unbuckled her seat belt and hopped out of the car to check the snow.

“It’s snowing quite a bit. It’s kinda fun to play in the snow!” Albina said giddily.

Armand did not waste any time too. He then grabbed his camera and started filming his mother. Albina, who was so thrilled about the snow even grabbed some and made them into snowballs, pure joy written all over her face.

“When you have a mother who’s 101 years old, it’s a good idea to keep the camera nearby for those special moments,” Armand said.

Watch the heartwarming video below:

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The Facebook post has since gone viral with over 7 million views as of this writing. It also received positive responses from many viewers and readers online, each of them inspired by Albina’s infectious happiness and positivity.

“That’s the amazing thing about her. Her strength and her joy of living is not diminished one iota. She laughs at everything, she’s so giving,” Armand added.

Indeed, moments like this are what we live for. Seeing our loved ones happy makes us feel twice the happiness that we couldn’t trade for anything in the world.

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Amazing 19-Month Old Boy Can Already Read More Than 300 Words

Impressive reading skills for such a young child!

Ann Nuñez



Can you remember the first word you said? Or how many words you could read when you were just a toddler? Obviously not - because probably, you, like many other kids, started reading around the age of four or five years.

The pattern of child development usually dictates that children less than two years of age have yet to learn the skill of reading. We say usual since there is no hard and fast rule that pins this milestone at a certain age; child development occurs at varying rates. Case in point: this 19-month-old toddler named Carter Whiteside of North Carolina.

According to Carter's mom, LaToya, little Carter started recognizing words at a young age of seven months. He started sounding out the words when he was barely a year old. She decided to document his amazing reading skills - at the age of 19 months, he already knows the alphabet and recognizes the letters when written as words. Allegedly, Carter can already pronounce 300 words and count up to 50. In a video posted by LaToya, Carter can be heard reading words like made, her, and like.

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93-Year-Old Great Grandmother Shows Us How They Made Breakfast During the Great Depression

Her recipes and stories will take you back in time.

Ann Moises



Clara Cannucciari lovingly recalls her Sunday mornings when she and her brother used to have cookies and coffee with milk. Her family didn’t have much, and it was the time of the Great Depression---a dark period in the history of the western industrialized world marked by severe poverty.

It was an era where millions of Americans struggled due to unemployment, and nearly half the country’s banks went bankrupt. Looking back at that period, the 93-year-old great grandmother could now only describe it as “interesting”.


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Lip Reading Game Captures Grandfather’s Priceless Reaction To Surprise Pregnancy Announcement

This is funny and heartwarming at the same time!

Mark Andrew



Alexa Goolsby, a soon-to-be mother from Texas, decided to tell her parents about her pregnancy in a very unusual way – through a game.

Taking a page from Jimmy Fallon’s late night talk show, the couple played the “The Whisper Challenge” with Alexa’s dad and mom to break the news. The idea here is that a player wears noise-cancelling headphones while listening to loud music while the other player says a phrase. The person wearing the headphones will then try to guess what the phrase was.

According to Alexa, they did the baby announcement during “family game day.”

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