101 Funny Riddles and Brain Teasers for Kids

101 Riddles for Kids
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Looking for a way to keep your kids minds running fast, but also, maybe, not their bodies for just 10 minutes? Well The Dad is here to help, with a list of 101 amazing riddles to challenge your kids, that also lets you just sit down for a little while.

1. Q. A man fell off of a 100-foot ladder, but he didn’t get hurt. How is this possible?
A. He was only on the first step.

2. Q. What tastes better than it smells?
A. A tongue.

3. Q. What gets wetter the more it dries?
A. A towel.

4. Q. David’s parents have three sons: Snap, Crackle and…?
A. David.

5. Q. If you have two coins which total 35 cents and one of the coins is not a dime, what are the two coins?
A. A quarter and a dime. One coin isn’t a dime, but the other one is.

6. Q. What’s black and white and blue?
A. A sad zebra.

7. Q. What question can never be answered with a Yes?
A. Are you asleep?

8. Q. What is bigger than an elephant yet weighs nothing.
A. The elephants shadow.

9. Q. I start with the letter e, I end with the letter e. I contain only one letter, but am not the letter e. What am I?
A. An Envelope.

10. Q. The more there is of me the less you see. What am I?
A. Darkness.

11. Q. What has to be broken before you can use it?
A. An egg.

12. Q. I’m found in socks, scarves, and mittens. I’m found in the paws of playful kittens. What am I?
A. Yarn.

13. Q. Why is Peter Pan always flying?
A. He Neverlands.

14. Q. What goes up but never comes back down?
A. Your age.

15. Q. What has four eyes and runs south?
A. The Mississippi River.

16. Q. How can you tell the difference between dogs and trees?
A. By their bark.

17. Q. When it’s alive we sing, when it dies we clap. What is it?
A. A birthday candle.

18. Q. What has many keys, but cannot open a door?
A. A piano.

19. Q. I make two people out of one.  What am I?
A. A mirror.

20. Q. If you have me, you want to share me. If you share me, you haven’t got me. What am I?
A. A Secret.

21. Q. What is easy to get into but hard to get out of?
A. Trouble.

22. Q. I run all around the pasture but never move.  What am I?
A. A fence.

23. Q. What has one head, one foot, and four legs?
A. A bed.

24. Q. What falls often but never gets hurt?
A. Snow.

25. Q. I have one eye and it’s always open. What am I?
A. A needle

26. Q. I’m tall when I’m young, and I’m short when I’m old, what am I?
A. A candle.

27. Q. I blow but don’t have lungs. I can move objects but don’t have arms. What am I?
A. The wind.

28. Q. I have two hands, but no thumbs. What am I?
A. A clock.

29. Q. What five-letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?
A. “Short”

30. Q. A man was driving a black truck. His lights were not on. The moon was not out. A lady was crossing the street. How could he see her?
A. It was daytime.

31. Q. Who can shave a dozen times a day but still have a beard?
A. A barber.

32. Q. Even if you give this to someone else, you still get to keep it. What is it?
A. Your word.

33. Q. What has four wheels and flies?
A. A garbage truck.

34. Q. When was the last year that looked the same upside down and right side up?
A. 1961.

35. Q. What jack has a head but no body?
A. Jack-o-lantern.

36. Q. How can a leopard change its spots?
A. By moving from one spot to another.

37. Q. The more you take away, the bigger I get. What am I?
A. A hole.

38. Q. A word I know, six letters it contains, remove one letter and 12 remain, what is it?
A. Dozens.

39. Q. I act like a cat, I look like a cat, yet I am not a cat. What am I?
A. A Kitten.

40. Q. Which weighs more: a pound of feathers or a pound of bricks?
A. They both weigh the same. A pound.

41. Q. What is the longest word in the dictionary?
A. Smiles (there is a mile between the two S’s)

42. Q. What are moving left to right, right now?
A. Your eyes.

43. Q. What is so fragile that saying its name breaks it?
A. Silence.

44. Q. What has a bed but never sleeps, can run but never walks, and has a bank but no money?
A. A river.

45. Q. A full bus was traveling over a bridge. No one gets off the bus, but when it gets to the other side there isn’t a single person left. How is this possible?
A. They were all married.

46. Q. Where can you find cities, towns, and streets but no people?
A. A map.

47. Q. What is something you can put in your pocket that keeps it empty?
A. A hole.

48. Q. What has no body and no nose?
A. Nobody knows.

49. Q. What is the hardest key to turn?
A. A don-key

50. Q. How can you make seven even?
A. Remove the letter s.

51. Q. What’s black and white and read all over?
A. A newspaper.

52. Q. If a brother, his sister, and their dog weren’t under an umbrella, why didn’t they get wet?
A. It wasn’t raining.

53. Q. It floats like a log. It looks likes a log. But it isn’t a log. What is it?
A. Alligator

54. Q. I walked through a field of wheat, I picked up something good to eat. It was white and had no bone, in twenty-one days it walked alone. What did I pick up?
A. An Egg.

55. Q. What is always in front of you but can’t be seen?
A. The future.

56. Q. What belongs to you but is used more by others?
A. Your name.

57. Q. What is full of holes but still holds water?
A. A sponge.

58. Q. How many seconds are there in one year?
A. 12 of them, there’s a 2nd every month.

59. Q. What do you get when you cross a black cat and a lemon?
A. A Sour Puss.

60. Q. What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years?
A. The letter M.

61. Q. I am white when I am dirty, and black when I am clean. What am I?
A. A blackboard.

62. Q. The more you take the more you leave behind. What are they?
A. Footsteps.

63. Q. Everyone has it but no one can lose it. What is it?
A. A shadow.

64. Q. Mary has four daughters, and each of her daughters has a brother — how many children does Mary have?
A. Five, each daughter has the same brother.

65. Q. Why didn’t the car feel well?
A. It had gas.

66. Q. What has teeth but cannot bite?
A. A comb.

67. Q. No matter how smart you are, there is one thing you will always overlook. What is it?
A. Your own nose.

68. Q. What goes up and down the stairs without moving?
A. Carpet.

69. Q. What did the dollar say to the four quarters?
A. You’ve changed.

70. Q. Where do baby ghosts go while their parents work?
A. To day scare.

71. Q. What has a bottom at the top?
A. Your legs

72. Q. Where does success come before work?
A. The dictionary.

73. Q. If a red house is made of red bricks, and a yellow house is made of yellow bricks, what is a greenhouse made of?
A. Glass.

74. Q. What word is spelled wrong in every dictionary?
A. The word “wrong.”

75. Q. I have no feet, no hands, no wings, but I climb to the sky. What am I?
A. Smoke.

76. Q. They have not flesh nor feathers, nor scales nor bone; but they do have fingers and thumbs of their own. What are they?
A. Gloves.

77. Q. What kind of goose fights with snakes?
A. A mongoose.

78. Q. I’m flat when I’m new. I’m fat when you use me, then flat again when something sharp touches me. What am I?
A. A balloon.

79. Q. You must keep this thing, its loss will affect your brothers. For once yours is lost, it will soon be lost by others. What is it?
A. Your temper.

80. Q. What is at the end of everything?
A. The letter “g”.

81. Q. You bought me for dinner but never eat me. What am I?
A. Silverware.

82. Q. I know a word of letters three, add two more and less there will be. What word is it?
A. Few.

83. Q. All about the house, with his partner he dances. Yet he always works, and never romances. What is he?
A. A broom.

84. Q. What do you throw out when you want to use it, but take in when you don’t want to use it?
A. An anchor.

85. Q. A hundred feet in the air, but its back is on the ground. What is it?
A. A centipede flipped over.

86. Q. I run in and out of town all day and night. What am I?
A. A road.

87. Q. What goes up when the rain comes down?
A. An umbrella.

88. Q. It doesn’t bark, it doesn’t bite but it still won’t let you in the house. What is it?
A. A lock.

89. Q. What travels around the world but never leaves the corner?
A. A stamp.

90. Q. A man in a car saw a Golden Door, Silver Door and a Bronze Door. What door did he open first?
A. The car door.

91. Q. What instrument does a skeleton play?
A. Trombone.

92. Q. What can be picked but not chosen?
A. A nose.

93. Q. How do spiders communicate?
A. Through the World Wide Web.

94. Q. Light as a feather, almost nothing in it, but the strongest man can’t hold it much more than a minute. What I am?
A. Breath.

95. Q. Give me food and I will live, Give me water, and I will die. What am I?
A. Fire.

96. Q. I have a thousand needles but I do not sew. What am I?
A. A Porcupine.

97. Q. Why couldn’t the skeleton cross the road?
A. Because it didn’t have the guts.

98. Q. Some months have 30 days, some months have 31 days. How many have 28?
A. They all do.

99. Q.  I am the beginning of the end and the end of time and space. I am essential to creation, and I surround every place. What am I?
A. The letter e. End, timE, spacE, Every placE

100. Q. There is a rooster sitting on top of a barn. If it laid an egg, which way would it roll?
A. It wouldn’t, roosters don’t lay eggs.

101. Q. What begins with T, finishes with T, and has T in it?
A. A teapot

Still not enough for you? We’ve got a list of 101 puns to keep you going! Just phrase them as questions and they’re basically riddles that make your kid roll their eyes.

Father Figures: Daddy Snuggles

“I’m an ER Nurse… my job is exhausting most times.

My patients show up on the worst day of their life, sometimes it is the beginning of one’s life and the end of another’s. Sometimes I worry that when I’m at work, my son Keagan isn’t getting enough nurturing, enough snuggles.

I’m upset that I miss bedtime, our snuggle time, but then, I log in to the Nest cam when I have a minute at work and see this… my son deserves snuggle time from his daddy too… it makes work a bit easier knowing he gets this no matter who puts him to bed.

My husband is a US Marine. He literally gives 100% at work and for his country, and 100% at home to his family and me. There will never be enough words, enough thank you’s from me to him.

I’m lucky, I’m grateful, and I’m happy… even when he drives me nuts!”

– Ainne McAllister

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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Donate $500,000 To Help at-Risk Youth in Canada

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We’ll never grow tired of watching celebrities use their fame and fortune for good. If there’s anyone who’s fully embodied the spirit of giving back, it’s Deadpool star and all-around sweetheart, Ryan Reynolds. Reynolds is generous with his financial donations, and his generosity with his time further demonstrates his compassion for others. Reynolds uses his privileged position to brighten the lives of his fans, his crew, and anyone lucky enough to cross his path.

This time, giving back is a family affair for Ryan Reynolds and his wife of eight years, Blake Lively. Canadian-born Reynolds has always had a soft spot for his home country, supporting a number of Canadian charities over the years. Most recently, Reynolds and Lively made a generous donation to Covenant House, an organization that supports homeless, at-risk, and trafficked youth. In total, the couple donated $500,000 to the incredible organization – $250,000 to Covenant House Vancouver, and $250,000 to the center’s Toronto location.

“Ryan and Blake truly understand that young people who are facing homelessness deserve unconditional love and absolute respect,” Krista Thompson, CEO of Covenant House Vancouver said in a press release. “Their generous donation and compassionate support mean so much to Covenant House and we are truly grateful for their continued friendship. Just like Ryan and Blake, we hope this gift highlights the value of each and every youth; and inspires others to open their hearts to those struggling with the crisis of homelessness.”

In normal times, the work Covenant House does is extremely taxing. Taking in youth who have fled unsafe situations, who often come in with severe trauma, is a monumental feat. Without safe havens like Covenant House, those who walk through their doors would have little chance at the security and support it takes to recover from their trauma. Reynolds and Lively encourage others to donate as well, and an Instagram post by the organization explains that donations will be matched through the month of December.

According to the Covenant House website, the services they provide are extensive. While Covenant House operates as a crisis shelter with transitional housing, they also provide counseling, health care, education, job training, and so much more to 16-24-year-olds regardless of their backgrounds. Ultimately, Covenant House provides every individual they serve with a much-needed sense of security, and perhaps more importantly, a sense of hope.

“They do the work of heroes,” Reynolds said. “For us, helping Covenant House this way isn’t a donation, but an investment in compassion and empathy; something the world needs more of. The young people who pass through the doors of Covenant House more often than not have a story marked by extraordinary trauma. They are so much more than that trauma. They have so much to offer the world. Matching this gift is saying you believe in them. You believe in the power of compassion to transform the trajectory of a human being.”

Every 2021 Warner Bros Movie Will Hit Theaters and HBO Max on the Same Day

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It seems the tide has finally turned.

After a year of trying to figure out what to do with their blockbusters during the pandemic, which resulted in a mixed bag of approaches from various studios, including some movies being released into theaters, some movies being available on streaming for a fee, and many movies being pushed to 2021, Wonder Woman changed everything.

Last month, Warner Bros made the decision to release Wonder Woman to both theaters and HBO Max on the same day, and apparently, they’ve decided to move forward with that approach for every other movie they’re releasing in 2021.

This means that Dune, Matrix 4, and everything else on their 2021 slate (which, as of now, includes “The Little Things,” “Judas and the Black Messiah,” “Tom & Jerry,” “Godzilla vs. Kong,” “Mortal Kombat,” “Those Who Wish Me Dead,” “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,” “In The Heights,” “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” “The Suicide Squad,” “Reminiscence,” “Malignant,” “The Many Saints of Newark,” “King Richard,” and “Cry Macho”) will hit theaters and HBO Max on the day of their release. No specific release dates have been made available as of yet.

“We’re living in unprecedented times which call for creative solutions, including this new initiative for the Warner Bros. Pictures Group,” WarnerMedia Chair and CEO Ann Sarnoff said in a statement statement “No one wants films back on the big screen more than we do. We know new content is the lifeblood of theatrical exhibition, but we have to balance this with the reality that most theaters in the U.S. will likely operate at reduced capacity throughout 2021.”

This news is a double-edged sword for movie fans. On one hand, it will be amazing, convenient, and cheap to have access to these films in their living rooms, especially for those who already have an HBO Max subscription. On the other hand, this is terrible news for those who enjoy the movie theater experience, – especially for huge superhero movies like Wonder Woman 1984 and The Suicide Squad, and big sci-fi action flicks like the Matrix sequel and Dune – as it’s likely to further reduce revenue for an industry that has already been flattened by the pandemic.

They’re trying to spin this as good news for theaters, which, if they’re even open in 2021, may face audiences reluctant to gather inside them.

“With this unique one-year plan, we can support our partners in exhibition with a steady pipeline of world-class films, while also giving moviegoers who may not have access to theaters or aren’t quite ready to go back to the movies the chance to see our amazing 2021 films,” Sarnoff continued. “We see it as a win-win for film lovers and exhibitors, and we’re extremely grateful to our filmmaking partners for working with us on this innovative response to these circumstances.”

So far this hybrid model is exclusive to Warner Bros; no word on whether other studios will do something similar (not every studio has its own streaming service). 2021 is going to be an interesting year for movies, and could well set the course for a future of in-home entertainment from which the multiplex experience never recovers. But as 2020 has shown us, life is unpredictable.

At least we’ll have some exciting movies to watch while we wait to see how it shakes out.

The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda Make Their Fortnite Debut in Season 5

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Fortnite’s Chapter 2: Season 5 kicked off this week and with it has arrived one of the most beloved bounty hunter dads in the galaxy.  Sorry, no, it’s not ‘Jeans Guy’ (but maybe he’ll show up at some point).

Disney +’s insanely popular The Mandalorian made his debut and he looks very slick.  The good news is you’ll unlock him immediately with the purchase of the new Zero Point Battle Pass.  The bad news is if you want to unlock The Child (aka Baby Yoda) to follow you around, you’re going to have to hit level 100 in the Battle Pass.  That’s gonna take some time.

With this new bounty hunter themed Fortnite season, there comes an additional six original characters to unlock in the Battle Pass, new areas to explore on the island, weapons to use (like Mandos Sniper Rifle), and quests and bounties to complete for rewards.

My kids and I go through Fortnite “phases” where certain seasons of the game hold our attention while others don’t, but so far we’re having a blast with this new one.  The squad is back together, we’re working on our first Season 5 Victory Royale, and things are looking promising.  If it doesn’t hold their attention for as long as it takes me to unlock that adorable little Yoda lookalike though, well, I’m just gonna have to fly solo as Mando does.  This is the way.

You can download it here and if don’t want to fly solo, definitely be sure to check out The Dad Gaming and The Dad Gaming – Fortnite on Facebook to join up with others!

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Forget the Monolith, Germany’s 7-Foot Woody Has Vanished

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2020 is the gift that keeps on giving… and taking away.

We had murder hornets until we didn’t (seriously, when was the last time someone mentioned them?). We had a parallel universe until we didn’t. We even had a mysterious monolith, until we didn’t.

Today we bring you news of a disappearing monolith of another kind, and hopefully, this one won’t be coming (back) anytime soon.

Fresh on the heels of the silver monolith showing up in Utah, then vanishing, only for a similar one to appear in Romania, and then California, a different erection has made the news. This one was in Germany.

Four years ago, someone inexplicably planted a 6-foot wooden penis on Grünten Mountain in Bavaria, Germany. It became a landmark for tourists and hikers and perverts (probably?); it even appeared on Google Maps! At least it did, until earlier this week when it vanished.

According to the German paper, Allgäuer Zeitung police are attempting to locate the lost erection.

This isn’t the first time there have been shenanigans with the shaft; apparently, it was knocked over back in November, but maybe it had just gotten old and tired.

Many think the enormous wang was placed there as a prank by college students, but what was once a funny joke has now become an actual beloved photo opportunity, and everyone wants it back.

May I suggest sprinkling some Viagra on the ground?

A Third Monolith Appears in California

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It’s baaa-aaack!

For the past week or so, many of us have been captivated by the saga of the silver monolith. It first appeared in Utah, this strange silver structure that was just sticking out of the ground. People hardly had a chance to compare it to the black monolith in Kubrick’s sci-fi classic 2001 before it suddenly disappeared. (The New York Times learned that some guys just took it down, though it seems like they were not involved in erecting it.)

Then, it suddenly reappeared. At least, a monolith just like it did, emerging on a hillside in Romania.

Speculation was rampant. Was it an art installation? An alien message? A prank like the giant woody in Germany? No one came forward to admit it was a Banksy-style guerilla art project, and no UFOs descended to claim ownership of this strange piece of metal.

And now there’s a third monolith. This time, in California!

A hiker on Pine Mountain in Atascadero, California stumbled upon it on Wednesday morning. It’s ten-feet tall and looks just like the other two: stainless steel, about 10 feet tall. Also, like the other two, there are no clues as to who or what put it there.

Unlike the other two, this one is merely standing on the ground, as opposed to being dug into it, according to Atascadero News perhaps the aliens were interrupted before they could finish installing it.

The world will be watching to see if – and when? – this one disappears, and we’ll all be waiting to see if we get an explanation for these bizarre monoliths that are sprouting up across the globe.

One cynical tweeter already has a guess:

I’m not sure if I’d be annoyed or relieved to learn this is all promotion for 2001 Part 3: The Monolith’s Revenge!

The Dad Of The Month, November 2020: John Kay

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We are honored to announce The Dad of the Month for November 2020: John Kay. Since becoming a dad, John has exhibited a tangible excitement for fatherhood and a willingness to go above and beyond, even during a worldwide pandemic. His wife, Heather, couldn’t help gushing about him in her nomination:

“A good dad is hard to come by – John is the glue that holds it all together. He’s a one-of-a-kind dad. He was born for this. He embodies what every young boy needs in a father.

“We have a 2.5-year-old son named Hudson, who, thanks to his Dada, knows how to use mustard as a binder for meats when they BBQ on the Traeger. Hudson loves to read along to the book ‘Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada’ by Jimmy Fallon thanks to John’s wonderful impressions of animals! (Hudson’s dad also does a very good impression of Grover from Sesame Street.)

“John has worked throughout the pandemic. He manages transportation services and has been essential on the front lines, ensuring the public gets the goods they need. He comes home every day to help around the house, help with dinner, or pick up anything that’s needed. He volunteers to bathe our son every night and read him goodnight stories.

“He’s also a wrestling coach for a local high school and has taught our young son how to wrestle – he’s very good at it! The day we brought Hudson home from the hospital, John put pool noodles around every single hard surface in our home to make sure our new baby was totally safe! Looking back, it’s funny because now they wrestle and play WWE all the time!

“John has taken Hudson to every sporting event (pre-covid) and has also waited in lines for VIP meet and greets so that our son can meet famous hockey and baseball players! He’s is a wonderful dad and does it all with a smile on his face. He’s an excellent role model for our son and I am forever grateful that Hudson gets to have such an awesome father like John!”

To honor John and exuberance for fatherhood despite an incredibly difficult year, we’re giving him $500 and some special edition dad gear. John’s unfailing optimism, creativity, and excitement for life are exceptional attributes that we should all strive for. Cheers!

Click here to read more or nominate a special dad in your life.

Pauly Shore Lobbies Hard for Encino Man 2

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Oh, you think you’re sick of remakes and reboots and sequels and prequels now? Just you wait. With a new streaming service popping up every few weeks, the need for content is neverending, and the easiest way for studios to churn stuff out is to work from existing material.

A lot of the best stuff has already been mined, so they’re gonna have to start digging deeper. Get ready for the Pauly Shore Extended Universe!

I’m joking, mostly. But The Weasel isn’t!

Pauly Shore was like the stoner version of Ernest. A one-note doofus who made enough people laugh that he was able to headline a collection of terrible movies. The movie that launched him was Encino Man, in which he co-starred with Brendan Fraser and everyone’s favorite Goonie, Sean Astin.

The trio has remained friends since they filmed the movie in 1992, and now Pauly is attempting to bring them all back for a sequel to the movie about an unfrozen caveman chilling out in southern California.

According to Movie Web the Weasel has hit sights set on an Encino Man 2 for Disney+. And his friends may be down as well.

At least, according to Shore’s IG account, where he’s been trying to drum up support.

 

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He’s posted several times:

 

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He’s trying to time it for a release during the movie’s 30th anniversary, and you have to admire his ambition. Or not. He’s pretty annoying.

No word yet on whether Disney+ will bite, but they’re already rebooting the Mighty Ducks and Honey I Shrunk the Kids, so they’re not afraid to go back to the well.

Couple Uses Non-Refundable Wedding Deposit to Feed Hundreds on Thanksgiving

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Even those lucky enough to avoid COVID have still felt the effects of the global pandemic that’s ruined lives, livelihoods, and a year of people’s lives. Manage to stay healthy? That’s great!  But there’s still a wracked economy, funerals on Zoom, classes on Zoom, everything on Zoom. And like much in life, you can’t control what happens, you can only control how you respond. That’s the mentality one Illinois couple took after COVID scrapped the plans for their wedding. Instead, they decided to use the non-refundable catering deposit to buy 200 Thanksgiving dinners for people in need.

That’s been one of the inspiring aspects of all of this, how normal people respond to these extraordinary circumstances. Sure, celebrities can make grandiose donations to buy entire hospitals full of PPE (thank you celebrities, we need that!), but it’s even more touching when every day folks roll up their sleeves and do what they can to help each other through this hellscape. Stories like this, or the guy who had to say goodbye to his dad over Facetime, so he helped provide dozens of iPads to hospitals so others could connect with loved ones.

In this case, Emily Bugg and Billy Lewis were supposed to be married in the fall. And they were! It was just in city hall, and not the grand wedding they had in mind when they got engaged. But they still had a $5,000 nonrefundable catering deposit to consider, so they put it to good use. They purchased 200 Thanksgiving dinners for clients of a mental health nonprofit.

Emily works for the nonprofit and wanted to help replace the organization’s yearly communal Thanksgiving dinner that had to be scrapped (also COVID).

 

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“In the grand scheme of things, canceling a big wedding isn’t the worst thing that could happen,” she said to Good Morning America. “We’re happy to be married, and we’re so happy that we could help Thresholds’ clients feel the connection of a Thanksgiving meal as a result of the wedding cancellation.”

The catering staff boxed up the meals, which the nonprofit staff delivered to the homes of patients. The CEO said the donation was an incredible example of ‘the generosity and creativity the pandemic has inspired in so many.’

“I know that Emily’s act of kindness will inspire others to do the same and build love and connection in a difficult time, in any way we can,” he said.