If you’ve got a big birthday or milestone coming up, throw a party. A study found celebrations are good for our mental health and general well-being. It just needs to have these three things: Friends and family . . . food and drinks . . . and it should highlight an important milestone, not just be a random party………………. A woman in Texas named Peggy Wall just got her class ring back 36 years after she thought she lost it. It was actually stolen in the mid-’80s and used as evidence in a 1986 trial. A lawyer found it in the basement of a courthouse. He knew the school . . . the year she graduated . . . and it had her initials on it. So he found a copy of her yearbook from 1956 . . . saw she was the only person with the initials “P.W.” . . . and tracked her down. (Here’s a photo.)…..And finally…………….
Gia Savocchi, a NY woman, found out that her wrecked car helped a family escape the war in Ukraine. She was in a crash, and the insurance company totaled her 2014 Jetta instead of fixing it. But a 28-year-old guy in Ukraine bought it online for $2,000, had it shipped over, fixed it up, and used it to evacuate his wife and two kids. He got in touch with the original owner after finding her name on something in the glove box. Serhiy Lutskyi said he gave the car a second life, and the car gave him one too.