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Videos, news a& posts that just make you smile and feel good inside!

Ever Seen A Tiny Hamster Eat A Tiny Burrito?

Ever Seen A Tiny Hamster Eat A Tiny Burrito? Tiny Hamster Tiny Burritos: Eating to the sound of classical music 🙂
OK – Time for the fun video of the day!

How do you come up with the idea of a tiny hamster eating a tiny burrito?

We don’t know either but you gotta see for a smile!

Green Bronx Machine - Teaching Kids In The Bronx To Garden & Making A Huge Difference

In NY City’s the Bronx Borough many of the kids didn’t know where vegetables came from – much less having ever dreamed of growing any.  So how would these same kids who come from a special needs, troubled past, or poor background react when exposed to the miracles of gardening? – How they react is really amazing and a lesson in and of itself.  We have some great videos about

"Garden City" - A Must See Documentary About GardenPool.Org And their Sustainability Goals!

Evidently we were not the only ones that thought the Garden Pool idea was fantastic.  Below we’ve linked a great short documentary by Edward James Hernandez about GardenPool.Org and how they are taking their sustainability efforts to the next level by helping build these gardens for other people with an army of volunteers! This is a follow up to our original article about the new non profit called gardenpool.org (click

Pet Chicken Video, Healthier Eggs & Five Other Reasons to Raise Your Own Backyard Chickens

We ran across this neat article on the NourishedKitchen.com  blog about six reasons why raising your own chickens is a good idea. Well, more nutritious eggs is the number one reason on their list and we tend to agree. However, then there is the entertainment value.  I can attest to this deserving to make the list as your truly raised some chickens a couple of years ago so my young

Bumble Bee Saves Second Bumble Bee From Spider!

So this is interesting video to watch.  There is a bumble bee caught in a spider web and the spider is looking like it’s ready to pounce.  And then along comes a second bumble bee that apparently stings the spider and saves the first bumble bee.  The video even gives you a couple of looks in slow motion. See it here (we’ve watched this several times ourselves)… But – then