Bouncing Baby Girl Wants To Keep Playing
In this adorable baby video, a bouncing little girl cries when her grandma stops playing with her. She instantly get's happy again when playtime resumes. toddletale
Added: 28th October 2013
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Kandu And Lucy - Armless Therapy Dogs
Born without their front legs, Kandu and Lucy are two determined dogs! After joining the Heeling Friends Program at Yampa Valley Medical Center in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Kandu and Lucy work their rounds visiting patients and bringing smiles to their faces!
Added: 26th July 2014
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RC Scale Airplanes - Giant Rc SUPER STEARMAN 1/3 Scale
Jörg Albrecht fliegt seine wunderschöne Boeing Super Stearman beim Flugtag zum 50 jährigen Jubiläum des MFC Bad Wörishofen September 2015 Model ...
Added: 21st September 2015
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The Ultimate Fairytale Ending!
Watch moment actress accepts real-life marriage proposal from Peter Pan during performance. Video supplied by Music Hall Productions. Romantic Sandor Sturbl stunned the audience and his girlfriend as he popped the question to Scots co-star Lilly-Jane Young as they performed at the Hydro in Glasgow. It was the ultimate fairytale ending -- Peter Pan proposing to Wendy on stage. Sandor Sturbl, who plays Peter in a new musical of the classic tale, got down on one knee near the end of a performance at the Hydro in Glasgow. And the audience erupted in cheers when Lilly-Jane Young, who plays Wendy Darling, said: "Yes" right away. Video supplied by Music Hall Productions
Added: 21st January 2014
Views: 17991

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Wheelchair Tennis Champion David Wagner Serves Up Aces & Inspiration
One day in 1995, David Wagner broke his neck in a freak accident at the beach. His life was then changed forever -- paralyzed from the mid-chest down and with limited feeling in his hands, David started a rehab program which included playing table tennis. Realizing he had a special talent with a racquet, David began playing competitive tennis in 1999. Equipped with a degree in Elementary Education from Walla Walla University, in 2001 David had to make a choice: play tennis full time or teach full time. After choosing tennis, David became the number 1-ranked quad wheelchair tennis player in the world, won 6 medals at the Paralympic Games (2 of them gold), and his first Grand Slam US Open win in 2010. Off the court, Wagner is a speaker to provide inspiration to other athletes and the disabled. Check out this motivational video to learn more about his story and find out what tennis means to him!

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