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Man Proposes To Two Ladies On the Same Day Leaving the Internet in Tears!

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When Grant Tribbett woke up on the morning of Saturday, May 27, he was ready to propose twice: once to his girlfriend, Cassandra Reschar, and once to her little girl. While some wedding proposals can go terribly wrong, this one really did play out flawlessly. It was downright perfect.

According to Reschar’s How He Asked post, the couple met through Facebook around seven months ago. “As a single mom, it was always a nightmare trying to date as I have full custody of my daughter and very little ‘me’ time,” she wrote. But the two hit it off after they started messaging back and forth, a conversation prompted by Tribbett’s comment about one of her statuses (bold move).

They tackled obstacles such as distance, but, as Reschar wrote, “…with all the life challenges that were brought our way, we have only come out stronger and more in love with one another.” She continued, “I have gotten to witness an attractive, charming bachelor become a positive, loving and utterly the most selfless father to my little girl.” The week of the proposal, Tribbett suggested his future fiancé get her nails done. Then, the morning of the big day, he took her and her daughter Adrianna to breakfast, then to Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve not far from where they live in Indiana.

After walking a mile (in heels, no less, Reschar added), he got down on one knee for what she described as one of the best moments of her life. What came next shocked both Reschar and her daughter: Tribbett popped the quintessential question to Adrianna. “He said, ‘Adrianna can I be your daddy, to promise to love and protect you for the rest of your life?'” Reschar wrote in her post.

The girl’s response? A bewildered, “Thank you!” (“She has always been raised to use her manners when given a gift,” added her mother.) Reschar recounted that her fiancé asked Adrianna, “‘Is that a yes or no sweetheart?’ [to which] she replied, ‘YES!’ and then screaming with joy she said, ‘I FINALLY GET A DADDY MOMMY, I FINALLY GET A DADDY!'”

Tribbett presented Adrianna with a heart-pendant necklace, which, according to Reschar, was a symbol that her daughter “now carries a piece of his heart with her.” (Cue the tears.) “I knew before our first date that Cassandra was a full-time, devoted single mom,” Tribbett said. “Honestly, it was one of the many qualities she has that captured my heart. As we moved forward in our relationship, it only became that much more apparent that these two were the missing pieces in my life.”

“I knew proposing to Cassandra, that I also would be committing to a lifetime of fatherhood,” he continued. “So what better way to ask the love of my life to marry me, than to ask her beloved daughter to get the honor to be her daddy?” Friend and professional photographer, Mandi Gilliland of Mandi Gilliland Photography, captured the moving exchange.

“I’ve known Cassandra for about five years now, watching the ups and downs of [her] being a single parent and so desperately wanting a family and a father for Adrianna,” Gilliland told GoodHousekeeping.com. “Once Grant reached out to me and expressed what he wanted to do for Cassandra and Adrianna, I was beyond ecstatic! He truly stepped up and has loved [Cassandra’s] daughter as if he had been doing it for his entire life.”

“It was such an honor getting to capture this for her, and I cannot think of anyone more deserving!” she continued. The Knot shared Reschar’s How He Asked post on Facebook, and people everywhere are just as touched as we are.

“Omg! Tears are flowing! It takes a man to step up and take care of kids that are not his own and bring them into his heart and life and say, ‘You’re my child, and I’ll love you and protect you ’til I die!'” commented one user. “Every time I read this, I love your story more!” wrote another.

“My daughter and I both got our fairy tale ending,” Reschar concluded her How He Asked post. One thing’s for sure, Tribbett didn’t just land the princess of his dreams, he landed two.

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School Cafeteria Worker Fired For Giving Food To Child Who Couldn’t Pay

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A New Hampshire school cafeteria worker’s act of kindness got her fired and it is causing quite a roar online. Bonnie Kimball tells the Valley News she was fired by her employer, a vendor that supplies food to the Mascoma Valley Regional High School in Canaan.

This termination came a day after she gave a student lunch, even though he couldn’t pay for it. The New Hampshire Union Leader says that Bonnie Kimball let the child take $8 worth of food on March 28, and asked him to inform his mom he needed money to pay it back.

“I quietly said, ‘Tell (your) mom you need money.” Kimball told the Valley News

Bonnie Kimball was fired by her employer for giving food to child who couldn’t pay

Bonnie Kimball was fired by her employer for giving food to child who couldn’t pay

Despite the boy paying the tab the next day on March 29, Kimball was called into one of the managers’ office who had witnessed Kimball’s act of leniency and fired her.

The food vendor explained in a letter that the district manager witnessed Kimball violating their company’s ‘cash handling procedures, the school’s charge policy and federal regulation governing free meals.’

According to Valley News, Kimball had worked for the company for five years serving lunch to the teens at Mascoma Valley Regional High, whom she called another family.

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She also said that she had been following her direct supervisor’s orders to avoid causing a scene, as the company, Cafe Services, was trying to have its contract with the school district renewed.

Kimball added that she’d been told by her boss to give food to students who couldn’t pay and then tell them they needed money on their accounts.

Two of Kimball’s former coworkers resigned in protest, and reports say that students and staff at the school are now rallying around her in support.

What do you think? Was Kimball right or wrong for feeding a hungry child? Was the termination of her job even justified? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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Teen Leaves Prom Date In Tears By MAKING A Stunning Dress For Her, After Learning To Sew Because She Couldn’t Afford One

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Teen Leaves Prom Date In Tears By MAKING A Stunning Dress For Her, After Learning To Sew Because She Couldn't Afford One

Parker Smith, a high school junior from Pendleton, Indiana had never sewn a day in his life. However, he decided to learn how to just so he could make his prom date’s dreams of having the perfect prom dress come true.

In February, Parker’s prom date, Addi Rust , jokingly said, “Parker, why don’t you just make my prom dress!”  Fox 59 reports. This was after Addi had found the perfect dress, but realized that she could not afford it.

Much to Addi’s surprise, Parker thought about her request and ended up saying, “You know what, I think I could actually make your prom dress.”

Parker Smith, a high school junior from Pendleton, Indiana had never sewn a day in his life. However, he decided to learn how to just so he could make his prom date’s dreams of having the perfect prom dress come true.

Parker Smith, a high school junior from Pendleton, Indiana had never sewn a day in his life. However, he decided to learn how to just so he could make his prom date’s dreams of having the perfect prom dress come true.

For the following few months, Parker focused on teaching himself how to sew and asked for tips from his grandmother on how to make the perfect dress.

There were instances where Parker found himself making sections of the dress multiple times just to make them perfect. “I’m such a perfectionist that I was up adding more stones to the dress even the night before prom.” he said.

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The result of his efforts was a stunning blue gown that Addi could twirl around in as she attended prom with Parker.

Through every step of making the dress, Addi knew what the dress looked like, however, she could not help but cry when she saw the finished product!

The result of his efforts was a stunning blue gown that Addi could twirl around in as she attended prom with Parker.

The result of his efforts was a stunning blue gown that Addi could twirl around in as she attended prom with Parker.

“Taking a minute to brag on this man because I think this is the coolest thing that I’ve ever been a part of,” Addi wrote online. “Parker MADE my prom dress. Straight from scratch did the whole thing and I am still speechless. I’m so lucky to have him as my best friend!”

“Quite a journey, but the first thing I’ve ever sewn (a prom dress) has been finished, just in time for the ball. Not only did I get the honor of being the Prince Charming to the beautiful @AddiRust, but her fairy godmother as well, haha! I’m so thankful for her. (From scratch)” Parker tweeted on his page.

 The whole experience has now inspired Parker to create more dresses from scratch.


The whole experience has now inspired Parker to create more dresses from scratch.

The whole experience has now inspired Parker to create more dresses from scratch.  We think that Parker will have an incredible career in the fashion world and Addi really is lucky to have a friend like him!

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Passenger Snaps Photo of Mother-Daughter Pilot Team That Went Viral

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Passenger Snaps Photo of Mother-Daughter Pilot Team That Went Viral

Recently, a passenger snapped a photo of a mother-daughter pilot team on his flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta and it is melting hearts across the world.

The two pilots, Captain Wendy Rexon and her daughter first officer Kelly Rexon, were in the cockpit of a Delta Boeing 757 when a passenger asked to take their picture.

That passenger was Dr. John Watret, the chancellor of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Dr. Watret told the Embry-Riddle Newsroom that he learned that his flight crew were a family affair after overhearing a mom asking a flight attendant if her two kids could go look at the flight deck.

Recently, a passenger snapped a photo of a mother-daughter pilot team on his flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta and it is melting hearts across the world.

Recently, a passenger snapped a photo of a mother-daughter pilot team on his flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta and it is melting hearts across the world.

“The flight attendant said they could – and that they would be surprised.” Watret recalled.

Indeed, when the family returned to their seats, Watret said he overheard them talking about the mother and daughter pilots who were flying the plane. “I thought that was amazing, I was in awe. I asked if I could visit them, too.” Watret said.

After taking their picture, Watret posted the photo on his twitter account captioning it, “Just flew from LAX to ATL on Delta piloted by this mother daughter flight crew. Great flight. Inspiring for you women.”

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The post quickly went viral, with people commenting on the photo and saying how incredible it was to see the mother-daughter pair working together.

“How about a big congratulations for a mother-daughter team,” said someone online. “That’s a great accomplishment!”

“I think it’s inspiring for everyone because it’s not every time you see parents and their offspring doing great things together.” wrote another.

“That is just the most amazing, wonderful news ever-seriously. My mother and I would never have flown together as crew. We couldn’t even agree on having the radio on/off in the car!” Another person added.

The official Delta Twitter account joined in, too, tweeting, ‘Family flight crew goals!’

As it turns out, Captain Wendy and Kelly Rexon aren’t the only people in their family who are pilots! Wendy’s father is a retired pilot, her husband is currently a pilot with American Airlines, and her other daughter is a pilot as well.

Dr. Watret was elated to see that his post of the mother-daughter pilot team went viral particularly for the attention that it brought to women working in the aeronautical industry, as he works in a university that is focused on creating more opportunities for women in the world of aviation.

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