Good News: Stray Dogs, Lost Rings, and Dancing Grannies

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A stray dog woke a family up in Virginia and saved them from a fire.  Then a firefighter posted a photo of him . . . his owners saw it . . . and now he’s back home.

2.  Speaking of dogs:  A woman in Indiana is going viral after she adopted a four-year-old Chihuahua named Max, and couldn’t get him to follow directions . . . until she realized he only speaks Spanish.  It turns out he’s actually very well-trained.

3.  A senior center in Florida called Town Square is in the news, because the whole place is decorated like the 1950s to make people with Alzheimer’s more comfortable.  They’ve also got locations in New Jersey and Maryland, and plan to open more in Texas, Utah, and Nevada next year.

4.  An 86-year-old woman just got her wedding ring back 50 YEARS after she lost it in a potato patch in Scotland.  Some guy with a metal detector went on a mission to find it, and pulled it out of the ground on day three.

5.  Four members of a group called The Dancing Grannies were among the six people killed in the terrible parade tragedy in Wisconsin last month.  But the group is refusing to let it keep them down.  They just walked arm-in-arm in another parade on Saturday, with a banner honoring the friends they lost.