First I came across the bad.
Former church bookkeeper sentenced for stealing $129,000
A former bookkeeper of a Tustin church will spend 32 months in prison for stealing more than $129,000 from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
And then the good. Very good, in fact.
Making sure ‘motel kids’ don’t go hungry
Anaheim, California (CNN) — In the shadows of Disneyland, often referred to as the “happiest place on Earth,” many children are living a reality that’s far from carefree.
They are living in cheap motels more commonly associated with drug dealers, prostitutes and illicit affairs.
When Serato learned that these children often go hungry, he began serving up assistance, one plate at a time. To date, he’s served more than 270,000 pasta dinners — for free — to those in need.
And then I found this guy at dailypuppy.com.
All in all, I think I came out ahead.Share on Facebook