Case of the Mondays? Kick start your week with 5 feel good stories

It’s the beginning of the work week, and that can be a drag. But there’s no reason to feel down. Check out these stories which are sure to make you feel good.

National ‘No Housework Day’

Blah, it’s Monday. But that also means its national ‘No Housework Day.’ (Because of course, there’s a holiday for everything.) So forget those daily chores, put your feet up and relax. Those dishes will still be there on Tuesday.

Bulldog puppy kissing the baby

We freely admit this video went viral last week. But who can resist a cute puppy bulldog giving kisses to a baby?

Adorable 3-year-old is very happy to dance

Cute Kid Alert! This adorable 3-year-old went on a talent show to show off his incredibly adorable dance moves. He hands a remote to the judges to control the music and he jumps on stage. Every few minutes, the judges change up the tune and the cute kid changes up his dance moves. Dancing kids are always cute. Enjoy!

Tetris in the sky: Gamers play on Philly building

Hundreds of Tetris fans had a little fun with a big (we’re talking 100,000-square-foot-big) version of the classic video game. The 29-story Cira Centre building in Philadelphia has hundreds of LED lights embedded in its glass façade. Competitors used joysticks to maneuver images of super-sized shapes that ‘fell” on the tower.

Community comes together for 5-month-old battling cancer

Folks in northwest Missouri are taking the plunge to help raise money for 5-month-old Landon Shaw, who is battling a rare form of cancer. Thousands are being called to participate in “Plunge for Landon.” The idea is to plunge into cold water, record it, and post it to Facebook, and then challenge at least three other people to do the same. The challenger will donate X amount of money for each who jumps within 24 hours. The videos are classic, and so far $30,000 has been raised.

Have a great week!

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