If you’ve been feeling bad vibes lately, you’re not alone. We could all do with some cheering up.

Here are 15 nice things that have happened to make you feel a little bit better. Who knows. You may even feel like smiling by the time you read them all.

1. Landlord buys his tenant groceries and diapers.

He also told her not to worry about rent for the month.

2. Priest lets dogs in the church when he celebrates Mass so they might find families to adopt them.

Father João Paulo Araujo Gomes is the head of the parish of Santana in the city of Gravatá in Brazil who always keeps the door open for the stray dogs in his parish.

3. Man gives out free dad hugs at a Pittsburgh Pride parade.

Hundreds stopped by to get hugs mainly because their parents had rejected them.

4. The father of the bride grabbed the hand of his daughter’s stepfather on the way down the aisle so he would be included.

Todd Bachman told Cleveland’s WKYC, “What better way to thank somebody than to assist me walking our daughter down the aisle?” when asked why he pulled Todd Cendrosky from the audience after the wedding started.

5. On Valentine’s Day, a gentlemen invites all the widows from a nearby retirement home for lunch, gifts and roses.

He’s been doing this for the last five years.

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6. People are looking out for each other.

A message like this helps women find protection from domestic violence.

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7. Cats know who loves them.

This one misses her mum.

My mum passed away and I adopted her cat. Her she is sitting on mum’s ashes.
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8. A man who lost his wife the day before invites their regular diner waiter over to their home to talk about it.

They’d been married for 77 years.

9. A rock fan in a wheelchair got to surf the crowd.

Rock on.


10. This man’s daughter made him a special sign for his Uber.

Everyone has a story. Have patience.

11. A man repopulated pipevine swallowtails in his backyard.

His home is now a sanctuary for them.


12. A boy moved to a new school and was sad because he thought he lost his best friend.

Three months later, the next new student in class was Barrett–his bestie.


It’s seems crazy to be happy when life gets this tough. But these stories show us that good times are just around the corner.

So go ahead and be happy. Call it happy with a twist.

Don’t you feel better now?