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Unlikely Friendship Changes Everything For This Immigrant And Her Family2m58s

Unlikely Friendship Changes Everything For This Immigrant And Her Family

At age 35, Cassie Camilo needed to make a life changing and heartbreaking decision. The loss of her Mom, a divorce, and financial dire straits left her with only one option… to leave her 2 small children behind in her homeland of Brazil and move to the United States of America in hopes to find a better life for her family. Cassie had heard stories of other women who came to work in the United States and would send their money back to help support their families. But leaving her 9 and 10-year-old children Jordan and Luana was the toughest thing she ever had to do in her life. Cassie was working two manual labor jobs when she met Peter DeRosa, a successful restaurateur in Westport, CT. He hired her as a dishwasher and soon became her fast friend. Peter helped her in many ways including paying for her to learn English and enrolling her in community college. "I could tell that she is a special person. So, I did my share to try and help her whenever possible," said Peter. Motivated by one day seeing her family again, Cassie worked hard at numerous jobs and gained a lot of respect from Peter. "He helped me a lot and everything changed with Peter." He even encouraged her to become a citizen. "Peter is my angel. I believe God sent me him," says Cassie. Cassie got her happily ever after! Soon after Cassie was done with community college, she started her own cleaning business, again with the help of Peter and called it "Happy Angels." She was reunited with her kids, and about two years ago she married the love of her life, Jeremy Ramos.

Unlikely Friendship Changes Everything For This Immigrant And Her Family2m58s

Unlikely Friendship Changes Everything For This Immigrant And Her Family

At age 35, Cassie Camilo needed to make a life changing and heartbreaking decision. The loss of her Mom, a divorce, and financial dire straits left her with only one option… to leave her 2 small children behind in her homeland of Brazil and move to the United States of America in hopes to find a better life for her family. Cassie had heard stories of other women who came to work in the United States and would send their money back to help support their families. But leaving her 9 and 10-year-old children Jordan and Luana was the toughest thing she ever had to do in her life. Cassie was working two manual labor jobs when she met Peter DeRosa, a successful restaurateur in Westport, CT. He hired her as a dishwasher and soon became her fast friend. Peter helped her in many ways including paying for her to learn English and enrolling her in community college. "I could tell that she is a special person. So, I did my share to try and help her whenever possible," said Peter. Motivated by one day seeing her family again, Cassie worked hard at numerous jobs and gained a lot of respect from Peter. "He helped me a lot and everything changed with Peter." He even encouraged her to become a citizen. "Peter is my angel. I believe God sent me him," says Cassie. Cassie got her happily ever after! Soon after Cassie was done with community college, she started her own cleaning business, again with the help of Peter and called it "Happy Angels." She was reunited with her kids, and about two years ago she married the love of her life, Jeremy Ramos.

'Perfect' Weather Conditions Allow Southern Lights to Stun Stargazers30s

'Perfect' Weather Conditions Allow Southern Lights to Stun Stargazers

Stargazers across New Zealand gathered to watch the Southern Lights over the April 22-23 weekend, with the spectacular light show expected to come out again on Monday night. Dale Wowk created this time lapse from Coronet Peak overlooking Queenstown. He said it was the first time he has ever seen the Southern Lights in person. “I have been wanting to see an aurora since move here late last year, but haven’t had much luck,” Wowk said. "This was the first time I had ever seen and photographed an aurora and the whole experience seemed unreal. “I’d seen so many photos and video… but to watch the beams dance across the sky and see them pop up on the back on the back of my camera was an incredible experience.” Though the Aurora Australis is not an unusual display in New Zealand, it rarely shows itself on consecutive nights with this intensity. New Zealand media outlet Stuff.co.nz reported that the ""perfect" weather":http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/91832560/southern-lights-delight-kiwis-from-auckland-to-otago-as-aurora-lights-up-night-sky conditions meant the lights were visible from Auckland and Christchurch, where they are less frequently seen.

Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day1m14s

Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day

President Donald Trump said anti-Semitism should be defeated and called the Holocaust the "darkest chapter of human history" in a video address on Sunday, following two recent bungles by him and his administration regarding Jews and their treatment during World War II. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

'George Clooney Saw My Vagina' - Woman on Meds Thinks A-Lister Performed IVF Procedure1m20s

'George Clooney Saw My Vagina' - Woman on Meds Thinks A-Lister Performed IVF Procedure

Filming somebody high on pain medication is almost guaranteed comedy gold, and John certainly hit the jackpot when he recorded his wife Kayleigh after her IVF egg retrieval. The video, which was shared to YouTube on April 19, shows Kayleigh post-surgery, still dosed up on whatever painkillers were used before the procedure. She begins talking about her doctor, who she believes is none other than ER heartthrob George Clooney.