Moving to is 2 days!

Dear Readers,

Thanks for supporting us. We are very happy to let you know that we will be moving to a bigger, better site. That means more content, more entertainment and more 'wow' factor.

MindChic have moved to a new 'home'. To look for inspiring videos you have crave, just visit now!

And here is what promise.

Our content will expand from inspiration to include humor and magic. So yes, 3 times of entertainment, 3 times of fun and 3 times of 'Wow'.

If you like this blog, you will love So see you there!


Thursday, August 9, 2007

What Goes Around Comes Around

Bridge collapse hero is offered free tuition
Jeremy Hernandez, 20, of Minneapolis, was on the Waite House school bus helping care for dozens of children on a field trip when the bridge fell away beneath them. "I had the good fortune of seeing Jeremy interviewed on CNN," Dunwoody President Ben Wright said Monday afternoon. Wright insists Dunwoody does not want any student leaving the school for lack of funding.

Money Found in Toilets Across Japan
A mysterious man has been leaving money in public toilets at local government buildings in Japan with notes urging finders to spend it on good deeds.

Family Gives Waitress $10,000 Tip for College
A family in Angola, Indiana, dined at the local Pizza Hut at least once per week and always asked for Jessica to be their server. They'd chat about their lives and one day Jessica told them she'd tried college twice but had to drop out for lack of money. Last week, the family, who wish to remain anonymous, gave her a tip she'll never forget.

Senior Collects Cans for 30 Years to Build Community Pool
An 83-year-old Kansas woman spent 30 years driving open roads, picking up aluminum cans, in a single-handed effort to raise enough money to build a community swimming pool for the children in her home town of Eskridge. For more than three decades, Maisie DeVore gathered and delivered cans, scrap metal and car parts to a recycling facility. Can by can, year after year, she earned $73,000 and received a matching grant to raise the rest. Says Maisie, "If you really want something and pursue it with all your mind, you'll get it done one way or another." Here's a video featuring her and the pick-up truck, and that Kansas can-do attitude..

Contribute to the pool fund to help with maintainence,
or find out more information at:

No comments: