In trending news this morning, unlikely friends dance together at an airport, a Cowboy gets in the spirit of giving, and a paralyzed graduate walks the stage to receive his diploma.
First up, an employee at a Dallas airport had a bit of fun after seeing two young girls dancing outside their gate while waiting for a flight to Oklahoma City.
Joe Vaughn and his family were waiting for their flight Friday night when he saw that his dancing daughters had a new partner -- an employee who had been working outside. The airport employee danced along with the girls and even acted like an airplane and a chicken before going back to work.
Also trending, Santa looked a lot like a Dallas Cowboy quarterback when he came delivering gifts to those in need. Dak Prescott took a break from football yesterday so he could brighten the holidays for the lucky winner of Albertsons' Tom Thumb free grocery give away.
But when the Cowboys Q-B knocked on the door with the surprise, The winning customer was wearing a Green Bay Packers T-shirt. Fortunately, Dak displayed the same composure off the field that he's known for on the field and posed for photos with the winner.
Lastly, a man who was paralyzed in a car crash, used a robotic suit to walk across a stage to pick up his diploma. 25-year-old Shane Mosko graduated Florida International University over the weekend.
A robotic exoskeleton suit helped him take those momentous steps and it's another step toward his future. He's already landed a marketing job with the company that developed the device.