HomeTVTV NewsGood Morning BritainMum reveals heartbreaking secret that inspired her son’s viral egg catching videoCarol Keith poured her heart out on Good Morning BritainCarol Keith has become somewhat of an Internet sensation after starring in countless pranks, set up by her son Jamie, which involves catching eggs thrown her way at the most unpredictable moments.Speaking to Good Morning Britain, she explained that that her son decided to start playing practical jokes on her to provide some light relief after her husband was tragically diagnosed with cancer two years ago.”My husband Alistair died five months ago,” she said. “He was diagnosed two years ago with a brain tumour. He died on February 11.(Image: ITV)”Over those two years of Alistair being ill, Jamie would do the filming.
Circuit Court on Capitol Hill in Washington. President Donald Trump is closing in on his next Supreme Court nominee, with three federal judges leading the competition to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy. President Donald Trump said Sunday he was still deliberating his decision on a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy as his self imposed deadline for an announcement neared amid furious lobbying and frenzied speculation..
The physiological and emotional roller coaster heaped upon grapes and growers these past 55 days has been nothing short of exhilarating, frightening and exhausting. First this monster climatic Dementor known as the Polar Vortex. Along with the demonic weather came the devastation of an ice storm, followed by record low temperatures.
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Thomas Jefferson born on April 13, 1743 is still a controversial figure in American history, but his work in crafting the Declaration of Independence remains for many his crowning achievement. In 1976, on the nation’s 200th anniversary, TIME imaged what Jefferson’s experience would have been: “At 6 o’clock last Tuesday morning in Philadelphia, Virginia Delegate Thomas Jefferson looked out at the gray sky and then noted that his thermometer registered 70,” the cover story began. “Soon afterward, there came a crack of lightning and a sudden deluge.”When Independence Was DeclaredIn 1976, in honor of America’s bicentennial, TIME produced a special issue imagining what the magazine might have reported on if it had been around back in July of 1776.