It wasn’t all bad
▪ A Michigan girl’s act of kindness has ensured that all of her classmates get milk at snack time. Sunshine Oelfke, 5, donated the $30 in her piggy bank to her kindergarten teacher after noticing that her best friend didn’t have any milk money. Inspired by Sunshine’s ate milk—together.”
▪ Emma Perrier’s dating disaster had a happy ending, thanks to an unusual twist of fate. The 34-year-old French expat in London had been enjoying an online romance with a dark-haired Italian hunk named Ronaldo when she realized something was up. For months, affections. Heartbroken, Perrier messaged Guzel to warn him about the impostor. They began chatting and fell in love, and have now moved in together. “My catfish became Cupid,” says Perrier.
▪ When Nelson Bryant parachuted into the Netherlands during World War II, he soon found himself in a tight spot. The U.S. paratrooper was trapped in his harness, and German troops were approaching fast. Bryant cut himself free with his trench knife—and left it and a er the knife to Bryant, 94. “He fought in Holland for our freedom,” says Duijghuisen.
Illustration by Fred Harper. Cover photos from Newscom (2), AP