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SALT LAKE CITY — Happy Monday!
Whether you're excited to start the week or struggling to keep your eyes open today, you'll enjoy these stories of kindness to make your Monday brighter.
The KSL.com “Make Your Week” column features uplifting stories sent in from people outside the newsroom.
To send in the stories that have made your day better, email them in 100 words or fewer to email@example.com. Photos and videos are encouraged.
10-year-old feeds homeless
"My daughter's name is Brylee, she's 10 years old. She's been making slime and selling it for the last year. She's been pretty successful with it and has set goals and achieved them with the selling of her slime. She recently told me that when she's in town and sees a homeless person with their signs asking for help, it breaks her heart. She asked if she could do something to help them. She said that everybody loves pizza, so she wanted to do a pizza night for them. She then went to her Instagram page and made a short video describing her plan. She's done pretty good so far, but needs to sell more in order to achieve her goal. She's donated to The Christmas box House in Ogden, the children's Justice Center in Ogden, and to the victims advocate for the juvenile court systems in Box Elder County."
Community shows love to girl in ICU
"A 15-year-old girl has been in the ICU at St. Louis Children's Hospital for over three weeks. Her community came out to show her love in this video. She had lots of family in Utah. It is a nice story."