The Happy News

25
Jan
2016

u0ut0-germany-bike-highway-lgI don’t watch or follow the news.  Don’t care for it.  Don’t honestly feel like I need to know what the news shows want me to see.  But that’s just me.

The idea of news got me thinking about what the top inspirational stories or “happy news” for 2016 have been so far.  A quick Google search and I came across sunnyskyz.com.

Wow, what a nice collection of positive news and incredible stories.  People doing amazing things for others.  Funny moments.  Laughing.  Goodness.  News stories that made me smile.

Yeah, I just had to see what some of the feel good cycling stories have been this year.  How about Germany opening the first 10 miles of a 62 mile bicycle highway….that is completely car free.  Now that is some good news.

Keep searching for the good news….it’s out there.  #MakeitHappen

Photo c/o Juergen Faelchle

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2 Responses to “ The Happy News ”

  1. Eric Hutchins on March 10, 2016 at 12:05 am

    Man would I love 60 miles of car-free bike roads!

  2. Gerald Rhodes on January 25, 2016 at 8:55 pm

    I lived in New York City for over a year, and I moved to Colorado for the skiing and snowboarding. Who would have known it was so easy to do in Manhattan. Love the positive stories. I never watch the news either. Many times, even cycling news can get me down. I’d rather just hear about real folks being awesome rather than people trying to tear each other apart. Thanks for the story.

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