#The Tears

Nominees Robinson’s Tears: ‘Dear Mom, I Miss You’ | to watch

Who would win any trial, suffer the most hunger, or hatch the most dangerous plans to vote on the others? Journalist Dennis Janssen takes a weekly look back at Expedition Janssen Expedition Robinson In three axes: heartache, hunger and heroism. hunger. Hunger for the final is increasing. Who will do...
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Tears of joy most popular emoji of 2021

Blame the pandemic. After nearly two years of shutdowns, self isolation, masks and social distancing, we should probably be happy that at least people are crying "tears of joy" rather than just, well, crying. According to a new report from the Unicode Consortium, a nonprofit focused on digitizing the world's...

Ricky Van Shelton Somebody Lied (music video and lyrics)

Enjoy watching the Ricky Van Shelton Somebody Lied music video that was his first #1 hit on the Country Music chart. . . The Ricky Van Shelton Somebody Lied song was released in July 1987 as the third single from his debut album “Wild-Eyed Dream”. This was Shelton’s first single to make it to #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart starting December 5, 1987. The original debut of “Somebody Lied” was first recorded and released by country music legend Conway Twitty in 1985.
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A Christmas poem to help those struggling with loss

DEAR BONNIE: Can you print that poem that you wrote about Christmas in heaven? I want to give it to a friend who is missing her dad this year as he passed, and she is having a hard time. — Julie. DEAR JULIE: My Pleasure. I hope it helps. CHRISTMAS...

My Christmas Decor 2021 & A Few Tears

I have my Christmas decor up, such that it is. Because I scaled back on what I wanted to do since I’m moving in January. I truly love the lights on the Christmas tree. But I decided not to add ornaments. I put the tabletop tree in the same place...

G-Eazy's Mom Suzanne Olmsted Has Died: 'The Tears Won't Stop

Rapper G-Eazy's mother, Suzanna Olmstead, died on Wednesday morning. On Instagram, the "No Limit" artist shares an emotional tribute in honor of her memory, using a few throwback photos to express his grief. "I love you so much. The shock still won't let me accept the feeling that I'll never...