It wasn’t all bad
▪ Kiersten Miles was three weeks into a new babysitting job when the University of Pennsylvania student discovered that her 9-month-old charge needed a liver transplant. Baby Talia Rosko was suffering from a rare disease that causes the liver’s ducts to back up with bice to pay [for] saving a life.”
▪ An elephant sanctuary in northern India is using jumbo-size sweaters to keep its pachyderms warm during a cold snap. When the temperature plummeted, villagers near the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Center started knitting brightly colored winter garments for the pn, “as they are weak and vulnerable, having suffered so much abuse, making them susceptible to ailments such as pneumonia.”
▪ Ray Johnstone was angling for some company when he posted an ad online for a new fishing buddy. What the 75-year-old Australian grandfather got was the trip of a lifetime. Mati Batsinilas, a 22-yearold carpenter, was moved by the post, in which the widower expulled in a 31-inch mulloway. “ It was a really good day,” he said.