Good News: Wedding Rings, Twin Sisters, and One Million Free Throws
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Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .

1.  Almost two decades ago, a basketball fan near Seattle named Tom Steury set a goal for himself to make a million free throws.  And he finally did it last Thursday on his 82nd birthday.

He initially started by taking 100 shots a day, and he’s gotten pretty good at it.  He says his shooting percentage is around 94% now, and he once made 222 in a row.  (Here’s an insane stat:  The world record is 5,221 in a row.)

2.  A 42-year-old woman in England says her cat woke her up in the middle of the night two weeks ago because it sensed something was wrong . . . and it turned out she was having a HEART ATTACK in her sleep.  She survived.

3.  Two twin sisters saved a woman who had a diabetic emergency on a flight from Boston to Fort Myers, Florida this month.  One of them is a nurse, and the other is a firefighter and paramedic.

4.  A woman was at a beach in New Hampshire when she lost her wedding ring that originally belonged to her great-grandmother.  She thought she’d never find it.  But then a complete stranger heard about it . . . went back with an underwater metal detector . . . and found it for her.