If you've ever wished a "cleaning fairy" would drop by and tidy everything up while you're out, move to Westlake, Ohio. A real-life Windex-toting trespasser has been breaking into homes, doing light housework and leaving a bill for $75 behind.
Two villages in the Holy Land's tiny Christian community are teaching Aramaic in an ambitious effort to revive the language that Jesus spoke, centuries after it all but disappeared from the Middle East.
A mother from Vancouver has started a company making children's art into cuddly toys. The idea struck Wendy Tsao when she made a toy for her son to take to nursery based on a quirky self-portrait he drew.
Ps - if you check out her website she says that she got tons of Facebook fans and media attention and is overwhelmed...that is a story in iteself. when something goes viral and the company or organization can't keep up with the demand...(or has to close - like sometimes happens when you get a Groupon!!)
The youngest person ever to qualify for the National Spelling Bee was running around in a stream with a friend, hunting for rocks. Suddenly, she came charging up the bank and headed straight for her mother.
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