After stating that several people were disappointed that UPS and FedEx failed to fulfill their promise of on-time deliveries, and both issued a mea culpa for their failure to keep their promise. As people swearing never to use UPS again, flooded the social media platforms.
The dying wish of 12-year-old Taylon Davis, who has an inoperable tumor on her brain was granted by superstar Beyonce. Thanks to the “Make a Wish Foundation,” Taylon was ushered in her wheel chair to a recent concert like a true VIP. Beyonce flew through the air to be by her side, and the little girl received a big hug and kiss from her hero, as she was overcome with tears. AS she stood by her wheel chair, she danced with the superstar to the most appropriate song ever; “Survivor.”
They also showed another Christmas Miracle, when a television reporter Stanley Roberts from KRON met a homeless man named Marcus Malone. When at the time, his claim to be part of Carlos Santana’s original blues band, seemed farfetched, the reporter did some digging. Sure enough, the man was telling the truth. He found pictures of him playing with the band back in 1967, and as luck would have it, Santana saw the report and contacted the television station. Santana came to visit with Marcus and is trying to help him get his life together.
Two small foster sisters named Jasmine 8, and Eva, 7 were wishing for a Christmas miracle of their own. They wrote down their dream to be adopted, placed it in a plastic baggie, and tied it to a balloon with the help of Pastor Charlie McClure, in Maynardville, Tenn. The balloon traveled 479 miles to McHenry, Md. When Lynn and Dennis Shaw, their foster parents heard about their wish, the adopted the girls, who can now call them Mommy and Daddy.