VIDEO: Deployed Parents Surprise Kids At Yankees Game

A couple of military parents, who had both been deployed in Kuwait for the past nine months, surprised their young kids on Sunday with the help of the New York Yankees.

10-year-old Daniel Gomez and his little sister Isabella, who have been living with their grandparents, were invited to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Yankees' spring training game in Tampa. Before winding up and delivering the pitch, they were shown a video of their mom and dad, Captain Elizabeth Gomez and Chief Warrant Officer Jose Gomez.

 Then it was time to throw a strike. They each fired it in to a couple of Yankees catchers, and were surprised to find out they weren't really Yankees catchers. They were their parents ... with an earlier-than-expected surprise.

Listen to today's episode of Feel Good News below!

Woman Celebrates 44 Years Of Working For McDonalds

Loraine Maurer has been working at McDonalds for more then FOUR DECADES. At 94 years old 'Miss Loraine' still enjoys her job on the breakfast shift every weekend where she starts at 5am. Customers describer her as a "sweet lady" who makes everyone feel welcome when then come inside. 

 “I didn’t come to stay. I didn’t come to stay. I just wanted to do something after my husband had to retire,” she said.

Four of her kids are already retired and she continues to WORK!

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