The rescue, captured on home surveillance video, shows her mom face down in the pool at their home near Portland on Friday.
Born colorblind, William lived his whole life in back and white. For his 66th birthday, his family decided to pitch in together to buy Enchroma glasses that have color correcting lenses that help the colorblind see color. This video is his expression to opening his gift and witnessing color for the first time.
Let's face it. Most of us wake up one day, dwelling on past memories of young faces in the sun. The life, when there was never a tomorrow. Where yesterday's worries were gone with the morning glory. The freedom, you never knew to embrace because you were young and wild and you couldn't imagining losing it one day. That one day, you regret every choice in the past that brought to this point where freedom seems so far fetched, even an illusion. And that's when you see one of those persons whom you secretly admire but also despise because their choice for freedom is a wake up call to you.
Meet Allie Allens - A girl who was diagnosed with brain cancer when she was only 14 years old, but recently suffered a relapse and lost her hair
Langur monkeys mistake the motionless robotic spy monkey that was accidentally dropped as a lifeless baby langur and begin to grieve.