Things were improving this week (sometimes literally)! Here are a few reasons:
SpaceX made history (again)
SpaceX, the company founded by Elon Musk, launched four private passengers into space this week – giving the people of Florida a great view of the evening launch – making it the first time that an all-civilian crew orbiting it. Earth.
It’s probably safe to say this week has been out of this world for Jared Isaacman, a 38-year-old tech entrepreneur, Sian Proctor, a 51-year-old geoscientist, Chris Sembroski, a 42-year-old aerospace data engineer, and Hayley. Arceneaux, a 29-year-old medical assistant!
Broadway artists have made a moving return to the stage …
This week, Broadway shows “Hamilton,” “Wicked,” “The Lion King” and more returned to the stage for the first time since March 2020, and the joy of seeing live theater has left theater fans alike. if they could defy gravity.
The creator of “Hamilton”, Lin-Manuel Miranda, was there to reopen the show itself. Speaking to an enthusiastic audience, he became moved. “I don’t want to take live theater for granted ever again, ever again,” he said.
TODAY presenters were there for the reopens of the shows, and Savannah and Jenna even got to bring their kids!
We can feel the love tonight!
… and the return of a baseball player to a city he loves left us with tears in our eyes
San Francisco giant Kris Bryant recently made a touching comeback himself. On his first visit to play at Chicago since being traded by the Cubs on the trade deadline, he couldn’t hold back tears – and he wasn’t alone.
“Brb is crying in rn stadium,” the Detroit Tigers account commented on Bryant’s music video.
You can visit the Hundred Acre Woods and stay in a “Bearbnb!”
As part of Disney’s 95th anniversary celebration, Airbnb is offering a Winnie the Pooh-themed “Bearbnb” inspired by author AA Milne for the original Hundred Acre Wood, in Ashdown Forest in the East Sussex, England.
There are even jars of honey in the cupboards and naps are encouraged. Have been sold!
This girl who reunites with her brothers after school is the best
Brittany Muddamalle’s video of her daughter Emelia running to greet her older brothers as they come home from school has been viewed nearly 20 million times on TikTok, and for good reason.
We don’t know what the best thing about it is: Emelia’s unbridled glee at seeing her “bubbys”, or the obvious love and affection of her brothers and their hug load of their “Emmy.”
“Well that’s it,” one commentator said, and we have to agree.
Michael Bublé adorably reminded us that Christmas is coming
We love the way Michael Bublé, father of three, gets in the mood and countdown – even though we had a slight panic attack about getting ready to decorate the hallways.
Have a good weekend everyone!