Friday, October 26, 2018

A Good News Trifecta #WATWB

Welcome to the 18th installment of the #WATWB (We are the World Blogfest.) We participants in the monthly posting (last Friday of the month) strive to link to an inspiring story that shows love, humanity, hope, and/or brotherhood. Our talented cohosts for this month are: Eric Lahti, Inderpreet Uppal, Shilpa Garg, Mary Giese and Roshan Radhakrishnan. Please check out their excellent posts and say hello.


As the expression goes, lots of my friends are cops. While I do not personally know any homeless people, I do share concern for those who make their home on the street. And, of course, everyone loves Krispy Kreme donuts!

Coming across a story with all three of these topics included sounded like a trifecta to me and my #WATWB good news story for today is aptly entitled:

Cops Find
Stolen Krispy Kreme Van And Give Away the Cargo’s Goodies to
Hungry Homeless
Homelessness in Hawaii is an ongoing issue still searching for a satisfactory solution. Well-meaning plans are put into place at regular intervals, but no long term project has fully corralled or alleviated these pressing circumstances. While some people prefer to make their home on the street, others have no choice.
The good news stories of kindness that appear from time to time remind us that the compassion offered to those less fortunate is returned two-fold.


  1. What a 'sweet' story Gail! Thank you ... :)

  2. If only we look at our communities, there are so many opportunities to help.

    Thanks for sharing this, Gail, and Thankyou for being part of the WATWB family.


    1. Thanks for visiting, Damyanti. Yes, it is difficult to find satisfactory solutions for the safety of folks living on the street.

  3. Really a neat story, Gail (notice I refrained from saying "sweet"!) Thanks for sharing.

  4. That's a thoughtful and compassionate act. More power to these cops. Thanks for sharing this delightful story, Gail! :)

    1. Thank you for stopping by for a visit, Shilpa. All the news stories for this month's #WATWB are heartening.


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