Paul and Belinda Berloni tow their granddaughter behind their SUV to add to the fun of drinking while driving.
*Florida is turning out to be one of the craziest places in the U.S. where anything goes.
Now they’ve even taken drinking and driving to another level with the newest offense in the news.
Two drunk grandparents that thought it would be a good idea to take their granddaughter on a joy ride are behind bars for it.
Because if they were sober, maybe they would’ve thought to put the child inside the car for the ride.
Grandparents, Paul Berloni, 49, and Belinda Berloni, 47, are in hot water after police stopped them for not only driving under the influence, but making their granddaughter an accomplice (more…)
Xiang Yuncui carries her 7-year-old granddaughter six miles to school over mountainous terrain every school day.
*There are so many of us that feel we have it so bad.
But there is still plenty of hard luck to go around. Some folks tell stories that are so unbelievably arduous and/or tragic, we forget all about our story and think of how we can help those we hear about.
Some of us have a completely different outlook on life when we hear these stories and this one will definitely make you feel silly if you’ve been complaining about your burdens.
Xiang Yuncui starts her day at 5 a.m. She gets her 7-year-old granddaughter, Tan, ready for school, fixes her breakfast and throws her up on her back for the daily six-mile walk they take to Tan’s (more…)
Scott Henson and his 5-year old granddaughter, Ty
*I’ve said this before and I’m saying it again, race relations in America are about the same as they were 50 years ago.
Even as we see interracial marriages and relationships on the rise, every now and then, we get evidence of that fact. This appears to be one of those times.
The police in Austin, Texas, immediately acted like Mississippi cops in the 1960′s when they reacted to a white man walking with a little black girl.
*According to TMZ, singer Chaka Khan just won temporary custody of her 10-year-old granddaughter because the child’s parents are drug addicts.
Chaka claims the child’s mother, who lives in the same house, is incapable of caring for the girl because of a “heavy involvement in drugs.”
Chaka’s sister, Tammy McCray, who was also awarded custody, filed an additional statement in the petition, claiming Chaka’s son “also uses and abuses drugs and other illegal substances.”
The singer filed for guardianship last week, claiming she has already “assumed on a day-to-day basis the role of the child’s parent fulfilling both the child’s physical and psychological needs for care and affection.”
A hearing is set for October to make the custody permanent.