Good News Tuesday…

A great way to start the day is with good news. The media is determined to convince us that everything in the world is negative…but Carol Taylor redresses the balance with some wonderful stories about Gorillas, a young Kenyan inventor, a single Dad and green sand.. lovely post and please head over to enjoy..

Retired? No one told me!

Today as I am so fed up with all the negativity in the world, this post will all be good news…Nothing about you know what, nothing about you know who and definitely nothing about that!

One of the world’s rarest species of Great Apes has been busy...The Cross River Gorillas only number about 300 so they are in great danger of extinction…These camera traps have recorded babies…so cute!

Babies which are also of varying ages which is the best news…Only found in a few forest patches in Nigeria and Cameroon it looks like they are happy and thriving…Not often seen as they are very wary of humans( I don’t) blame them do you?

Some of the best inventions come from children and young people who don’t have access to all the trappings that many have in the western world…This little lad is doing his bit…

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13 thoughts on “Good News Tuesday…

  1. I love Good News Tuesday. It’s so easy to become mired in the misery that we’re presented with and something like this balances the world a little.

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