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Grandfather Sees Color for the First Time

A Florida family pooled their money to buy their grandfather the gift of colors for his birthday. Noah Stafford was born colorblind and has spent the last 66 years living in a black, white and grey world.

The family pooled their money to get Noah EnChroma glasses—special glasses designed to correct colorblindness. The catch is the price. These glasses start at $250 and go up to $600.

His reaction was nothing short of adorable. Watch it here.

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Jessie Harbin

Jessie is a newlywed living in Meridianville with her husband and three dogs. She's learning to sail on their 26-foot sailboat in Guntersville. At the time of publication, nobody has fallen ill because of her cooking.

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