A decade ago, Kellie Haddock gave birth to her first child. That time, she and her husband, AJ, were the happiest people in the world. Unfortunately, when their son, Eli, was merely 14 weeks old, the family got into a gruesome car accident. AJ was instantly killed upon impact, and Eli was severely injured. This video tells Kellie’s heart-wrenching story of the tragedy. How she amazingly survive the hardest journey of her life to thank all of the people who helped save her infant son.
Kellie recalls the days that followed the accident in great detail on her blog, where she explains that her physical recovery was fairly quick, but her son had a long road ahead of him. Eli did more than just pull through. Today he is happy and healthy. Kellie has since remarried, and the couple now has three children.
Kellie’s “Thank You Project” and the film that documented it came into being by chance. Kellie knew she wanted to do something to thank the people that helped her then-infant son through the ordeal. She mentioned that to an acquaintance, who was literally floored at the coincidence: He was a filmmaker for the hospital.
We are absolutely overwhelmed by how incredible Kellie is. Her kind spirit and warm personality are contagious, and how she was able to view life positively even after such tragedy is beyond inspiring. She is the perfect example, in showing such gratitude for the people who positively made a difference in her life, even if they are strangers that were simply doing their jobs.
Be sure to grab some tissues before watching Kellie’s story. It’s definitely a tear-jerker, but we promise that by the end you’ll feel uplifted in a wonderfully positive way!
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This Strict Teacher Hides A Shocking Secret. When His Students Found Out. They Were Blown Away!
Sometimes you think you know someone, but you have no idea.
You would never really know all things about people. At St. Francis high school in California, there is something to be said about this particular math teacher Jim O’Conner who was been known to his students as strict and boring. The 70 year-old Vietnam veteran says he is not here to entertain.
He’s been described by his students as being very strict, tough, and boring.
It drives me crazy when people say school should be fun,” says O’Conner. “It’s nice if it could be but you can’t make school fun.”
That’s his attitude in the classroom. And the students thought that was all there was to him until this past November. In fact, they discovered they didn’t know the half of him....
Successful Man Returns To His Slum, Builds Luxury Flats To Replace Villagers Huts
A kind-hearted millionaire returned to the village where he grew up to build free luxury homes for all of the residents.
It is extremely difficult to paint the filthy rich with the same dirty brush. And so hard not to slap someone who flaunts their wealth. Most people believe that rich folks are selfish and self-absorbed, with little concern for the well-being of their fellow men. But is money really the root of all evil? Do all rich people have a selfish personality?
Actor Will Smith, with a net worth of 200 million, was definitely right when he spoke these insightful and candid words, "Money and success don’t change people; they merely amplify what is already there."
Of course, there are so many rich people who are selfish. However, there are also rich people with big hearts who give as much as they can. Just like this Chinese millionaire named Xiong Shuihua, a businessman. He demolished the wooden huts and bulldozed the muddy roads in the village where he grew up. He then built luxury apartments for the villagers to live there for free.
Xiong Shuihua was born in Xiongkeng village in the city of Xinyu, southern China where the kind villagers looked after his family.
Bank Surprises Customers By Giving Them $30,000 To Spend Within 24 Hours
How would you spend that huge amount of money within 24 hours? These people did the right things!
“If you could help your community, what would you do?”
The answers to this question were brought to life by Toronto Dominion (TD) Bank when they surprised 24 customers in 24 different communities across North America with $30,000. For 24 days, each of the 24 customers had 24 hours to #MakeTodayHappen.
So how did TD Bank select their 24 lucky customers? People with “inspiring and impactful” ideas were given money and resources to make their dreams for their community a reality.
Here’s how some of the customers spent $30,000 within 24 hours: