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Woman's Uses Retirement Savings to Buy Grandparents new house

Woman Uses Her Retirement Savings To Give Grandparents The Ultimate Gift: A New Home

Kahealani Paradis had always dreamed of buying a new house — not for herself, but for her grandparents. So she decided to use her savings to give her grandparents a new home. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Woman Surprises Grandpa With Lady Gaga Tickets, and His Reaction Is Too Pure for This World Advertisements Just like the many generations that came before them, Kahealani’s Hawaiian grandparents had never lived with electricity or running water. Instead, they lived off the land in Hawaii. Their lives were about their family and their island heritage. In a Facebook post, Kahealani described her feelings upon giving her grandparents a new home: Advertisements “They persevered through hardships & never complained about what they didn’t have. They’ve done so much for so many people & never expect anything in return. They’ve sacrificed so much for me and raised me to know that it is always better to give than to receive…. that it ain’t all about the money in your pocket, but about sticking together as a family & loving each other unconditionally. I will never be able to truly express my gratitude & love for them (because it’s infinite!) but I will spend my life trying!” …

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Chloe Weigand: One-Year-Old Fell From Cruise Ship

Family of One-Year-Old Who Tragically Died on Royal Caribbean Ship Says Cruise Line Is Responsible

A one-year-old girl recently died while aboard Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas, and her family recently spoke out about the tragic accident.  Chloe Wiegand was playing in the children’s play area on the cruise ship when she fell 11 stories onto a concrete dock in Puerto Rico. Initial reports of the accident had said Chloe fell out of grandfather’s arms, but the family is disputing those claims, according to a recent Today Show story. Advertisements YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: 5-Year-Old River “Oakley” Nimmo Loses Battle With Cancer, Is Given Heartwarming Military Funeral Service The family’s attorney, Michael Winkleman, shared with Today that her grandfather had put her on the ledge of a window in the children’s play area. Chloe’s grandfather was unaware the window was open. Advertisements “Essentially her grandfather lifts her up and puts her on a railing and where he thinks that there is glass there because it’s clear, but it turns out there was no glass there,” Winkleman told Today. “She goes to bang on the glass like she would have at one of those hockey rinks, and the next thing you know, she’s gone.” Winkleman told Today that the family believes Royal Caribbean is responsible for …

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