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Good News Tuesday for Jan. 25, 2022: Dad Writes a Special Book for his Daughter, The Rainbow Village Revisited, Solar Shingles, and a Hero Dog Leads Police to Crash

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Seeking Balance One Tuesday at a Time

Dad Writes Book for Daughter with Limb Difference

Danny Jordan created the children’s book series “The Capables” so his daughter Emerson could see herself represented. The video in this story was followed by a story about a teacher who wrote a similar book about her limb difference. Here’s more from Good Morning America.

Taiwan’s Rainbow Village is Now a City Park

14 years ago, 84-year old military veteran Huang Yung Fu painted an entire village to prevent it from being torn down. Today, the village is a city park, and the artist and his wife are still there taking care of this international tourist destination. Click here to see the beautiful Rainbow Village.

Solar Shingles Become More Available

One of the largest roofing companies in the US has started selling solar shingles. Instead of asphalt, the shingles have photovoltaic cells on the outside to collect energy and then transfer it through wires on the end of each shingle. Here’s more from The Washington Post.

Dog Leads Police to Crash

A German Shepherd named Tinsley led the police to a crash site to save her friends. Here’s the video:

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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.

13 thoughts on “Good News Tuesday for Jan. 25, 2022: Dad Writes a Special Book for his Daughter, The Rainbow Village Revisited, Solar Shingles, and a Hero Dog Leads Police to Crash

  1. I have to go with Danny Jordan

    • I can understand that choice. What a wonderful and loving thing for a parent to write a book specifically to meet the needs of his child. And in the process, he is helping other children too!

  2. All good news. I love the Rainbow Village and Tinsley’s heroic rescue.

  3. The limb difference story reminded me of so many people who shave their heads so their friends and loved ones going through chemo don’t feel out of place. Great reading!

  4. Tinsley is a great dog! She surely lived up to being “man’s best friend!” The solar shingles look like a step in the right direction. All these stories are certainly good news, JoAnna!

  5. Love your stories!

  6. I don’t remember which manufacturer it was, but one doll maker made dolls with specific body “differences” . I remember one doll was made for a child that had a permanent abdominal feeding tube. Such a great mission for inclusion.

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