It’s been a challenging decade for many people out there. Love, loss, death, awful stories in the news, etc. Tough times can really beat a person down.
But that’s why it’s important to focus on the positive things in life. The small, everyday occurrences that make us happy to be alive and to be able to connect with our fellow human beings.
Even if those human beings are strangers.
Here are 10 extremely wholesome things that happened in the 2010s. We think you’ll enjoy them quite a bit.
1. This kid!!!
— Dave Eitzen (@DaveEitzen) August 26, 2015
2. That’s sweet!
i work in a 5th grade class,one of my students wrote this for a girl & the other kids were making fun of him for it & i was just there cryin pic.twitter.com/UTrtLd9xOJ
— SAMeltoe (@samandeggtacos) February 8, 2017
3. Going the extra mile.
My mom has to stay in her room in isolation for her cancer radiation so my dad set up a desk at her door to keep her company and I'm crying pic.twitter.com/rucH9HfDvk
— kenna (@mackenna_newman) April 14, 2017
4. Good dog!
I’m a school photographer and we got to take a service dog’s picture for the yearbook today ???????????? pic.twitter.com/HtryGOvafI
— Jillian Christine (@JillEngel_) October 3, 2018
5. Social media being used for good.
6. A whole classroom of support.
7. He loves it!
This lady leaves out drinks and snacks for delivery people during the festive period and I can't get over this amazon delivery drivers reaction pic.twitter.com/RBXTsKxyjd
— saffron sweetheart (@flowerhunni) December 4, 2019
8. She’s a big fan.
9. The great outdoors!
The happiest doggo ever! pic.twitter.com/aBGDUoUSOv
— ANDREW ALBERTT (@ANDREW1ALBERTT) December 6, 2019
10. And finally, who could forget this…?
baking the beans pic.twitter.com/iXSwUEay0U
— lil waste of space (@pupperonis) May 28, 2019
Those posts definitely put a big smile on this guy’s face!
Did you encounter some nice wholesome posts in the 2010s that you didn’t see on your list? Or perhaps you had something really kind happen to you?
Either way, share with us in the comments. We’d love to hear about it!