We haven’t gushed over a donkey like this since Shrek hit theaters. Quarantine has been hard for a number of different reasons. Some of...
This video will make you love Jennifer Lawrence even more (not to mention her parents!) In this red carpet interview, her dad refers to her as the horse "Secretariat" and her mother just blubbers on. Jennifer is appreciative, if not a little embarassed. It's pretty awesome.
Actor John Barrymore supposedly said, "Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn't know you left open." Rob Williams and Rodney Johnson are partners in more ways than you'd expec
This kid is REALLY happy to receive this video game! I'll take this over a brat who is never satisfied any day. In this case, the young man is named Reese, and he's quite overjoyed about receiving the XBOX 360 game he wanted.
These adorable kids will crack you up! In this 'Twelve Days Of Christmas" performance, ALL THEY HAVE TO DO is raise their number when their 'day number' is sung. It falls apart quickly. The young boy on the right only makes it more hilarious when he shakes his head in disbelief and tries to coach everyone along the way.
Jorge and Nica were trying to have a baby for a year. When Nica finally found out she was pregnant she wrote her husband a poem from the baby's point of view. It takes a while for it to sink in, and even in their joy, he can't believe it.
StoryCorps videos always tug at my heart! This one tells the story of a hardworking father who demanded a lot of his 11 kids. His son talks about how he got a greater understanding of his dad as he got older. It's touching.
Trust me - this is good. Senait’s family came to the U.S. from Eritrea, Africa, in 1993, and it has been anything but easy. But with hard work, she was accepted into college. Her teacher caught the girl's magical moment reading the acceptance letter on tape.
Brace yourself. This will tug at the heartstrings.
This will make any dog lover smile. It's called "Dogs In Cars," by Keith Hopkin. Yep, it's simply a montage of dogs sticking their heads out of the car window - in slow motion - set to music. So straightforward, and yet somehow surprising in how beautiful, sweet and clever it is.