A 32-year-old in West Virginia named Chelsea Rohrbough has gotten over 375 tattoos since the start of the pandemic. But she didn’t really choose any of them. People on TikTok tell her about traumas in their life, and she tattoos them on herself to carry them with her, so they can let them go. She says she has room for about 150 more. Then she plans to pass it on to someone else to keep it going…….. Firefighters in Tennessee rescued a hunting dog named Charlie after he fell 40 feet down the shaft of a narrow cave. And it turned out he wasn’t alone. A firefighter repelled down to get him, and saw a BEAR sleeping in the cave a few feet away. They had to set up a camera and wait for the bear to leave. Luckily it did, and they were able to get Charlie out. He was trapped for three days, but he’ll be okay. He was just hungry and dehydrated. (Here’s a video.)…..And finally…………..
Iowa woman Barb Schwarck lost her husband of 42 years this summer, and her friends and neighbors stepped up to help with the family farm. 20 trucks and 70 people pitched in to help the widow get her corn crops in. The harvest normally takes about two weeks, but with everyone working together, the job was done in a day. Schwarck said it means a lot that people showed up to help her family when they could have been helping their own, an effort she appreciates.