Doug Perrill has a cool job. He gets to fly a corporate jet around and deliver VIP's to their destinations. Doug heard about the three young men who saved the folks on that train in France and how their mothers wouldn't be able to go to Paris to see their boys get their award.
So he called his boss and asked for a favor. I'm not sure how that phone call went down but it ended up with him taking the company jet to Paris and making sure three American moms got to see their boys be honored as heroes.
Good on ya Doug and good on your boss Tim Boyle for picking up the tab.
First as disclaimer, I'm not a fan of tattoos. It's not my thing. I think that right around 90% of the time they look stupid. Call me prejudiced. I recognize that it takes skill and is a type of art. I'm glad Aaron Guillemette has developed and practiced his art and honed his skills.
A tattoo artist in Fall River, Massachusetts helped a little girl feel proud to wear leg braces by outfitting them with a set of spectacular Disney designs.Good on ya Aaron
"I'm glad to be in a position where I can help the community in any way," Aaron Guillemette told Today. "When I was first approached about designing Hope's braces, I thought it would be an awesome idea -- especially when I heard what the subject matter would be. Hope wanted Disney villains on her braces, not princesses."
Disney villains? At least its not a tramp stamp. Using the skill you have to do good is praise worthy.