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Boy Rescued from Sewer, Solar Progress, Man Survives Shark Attack, and England Bans Shock Collars


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An 11 year old Wisconsin boy was swept into the sewer drain and rescued when a firefighter saw his finger sticking up through a man hold cover. You can read the details here.

Solar Progress:

Our next story shows the first commercial installation of printable solar panels that cost less than $10 per square meter to produce.

You can read more about these panels here:

Man Survives Serious Shark Attack

This story got my attention since I love swimming in the ocean and the survivor is close to my age which is not that old any more. Shark attacks are rare and generally a case of mistaken identity. But just in case….

Good News for Dogs:

Way to go England! First they banned puppy mills, now they’re saying good riddance to shock collars.

Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

22 thoughts on “Boy Rescued from Sewer, Solar Progress, Man Survives Shark Attack, and England Bans Shock Collars

  1. Reblogged two of these affirmative gems. Have a great day

  2. These are such uplifting stories. Great to read.

  3. Two great survival stories here. The boy one is amazing. Next time I encounter a shark I will know what to do πŸ™‚

  4. Love these stories, JoAnna. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Hi JoAnna. I’m delighted that you’ve taken up the torch to share good news stories. I seem to have lost my passion to share them. I hope you inspire many people. blessings, Brad

    • Thank you, Brad. No one can do Awesome Stories like you. I thought you had stopped, but it looks like you are continuing which was a pleasant surprise. My plan was to share just one good news story a week to shine a light on positive media efforts. When I find more than one I like, I share the lot of them. You put a lot thought and work into how you share your awesome stories and I’ve always appreciated your personal commentary. Even one story a week would be much appreciated – we need all the positive stories we can get. But I also understand there is a season for everything. Wishing you peace and many blessings, Brad.

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