Welcome once again aboard the Mood Elevator, where it is my mission to turn that frown upside down. No time to lose, so let’s get to it. Retired couple share acreage with unique PTSD refuge And we start today in Canada, where Rick and Donna Wanless enjoy a vast swathe of land; a farm which has been their home for more than 40 years. Now in their 70s, the pair have decided to share this land with sufferers of PTSD. Rick had been helped by first responders when he got knocked off a horse and broke his pelvis, and is now giving back by lending his land - under the name Honour Ranch - to those suffering from PTSD. It’ll provide treatment, therapy and clinical care, free of charge. Christmas card addressed to "England" reaches right person thanks to Royal Mail's "address detectives” You may remember a week or so ago I brought you the story of a postman who managed to deliver a letter to a lighthouse, as identified in a hand-drawn map. Well some chaps in Germany might’ve gone a step further, addressing a letter to “England”. And, would you believe it, the letter ended up in the right hands. The Royal Mail credits its “address detectives” with figuring out that the letter from Bitberg in Germany was meant for a man in Gloucester. The best theory we have is that there was a printed label with the full address which survived its journey to the sorting office, but fell off somewhere between the office and the recipient’s front door. Entire town helps terminally ill man harvest his farm Carl Bates is a farmer in Illinois, who’s been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. His family asked neighbours if they could help bring in the harvest. Word got round the town and shortly after, 40 people turned up with grain carts, combine harvesters and trucks, to get the work done. It would usually take Bates a week to finish; the team got it done in 10 hours, with some businesses offering to help feed the volunteers and provide supplies. That’s a feel-good film I’d watch. Stand Up to Cancer has raised a staggering £15.7 million thanks to Britney Spears, Gogglebox and you On Friday, Channel 4 held their Stand Up to Cancer telethon, with appearances from David Tennant, Alan Carr and Britney Spears. And they managed to raise just over £15.7 million for cancer research. You can of course still contribute, by going to standuptocancer.org.uk. Reno Starbucks customers 'pay it forward' a whopping 120 times Now, I don’t know if you’re familiar with the drive-through concept of paying it forward, where you order at the first window and pay at the second - or weirdly, third - and then ask what the car behind you has just ordered and pay for that too, but this is not uncommon in the States. What is uncommon however, is the streak of paying-it-forward seen in a Nevada Starbucks. So one customer paid for their coffee and bought the next person’s, who bought the next person’s, and on and on… 120 times. It started at about a quarter past 7 in the morning, and carried on for 3 hours. If you check the snow notes you’ll see some photos in the article I’ve linked there, of happy customers getting their coffee and showing off hand-made signs. Speaking of paying it forward, my thanks go to Paul Hadsley for his pun-filled 5 star iTunes review of this very show. You can leave your own by searching for “Mood Elevator” in iTunes. If you enjoy the show, just take a couple of minutes and write a short sentence. Thank you so much, and I will see you again on Thursday.