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A restaurant in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, sent a mocha milkshake 375 miles to one of its biggest fans

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After a long battle with pancreatic cancer — her third cancer in her 50 years — Emily Pomeranz had only one last request: a mocha milkshake from her favorite hometown restaurant.

Tommy’s is a popular eatery in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. This made fulfilling Pomeranz’s wish difficult, for her hospice was 375 miles away in Arlington, Virginia. Though it might seem impossible for a milkshake to travel that distance, longtime friend Sam Klein reached out to owner Tommy Fello for guidance, reported The Associated Press.

And just like that, with the help of dry ice, one carefully packed mocha milkshake was shipped overnight to a smiling Pomeranz.

“This was a huge surprise,” Klein said in a Facebook post July 31. “She was thrilled. She shared it with her family. She talked about it for days and days.”

The two friends had grown up in Cleveland Heights together and then both relocated to the Washington, D.C., area. And though they’d moved far from their favorite suburban restaurant, it still held a special place in their hearts — now more than ever.

Pomeranz, 50, died four days after she received the milkshake.

“She leaves behind a treasure trove of memories; a legacy of laughter, joy and caring; grieving family and friends,” Klein said on Facebook. “But she was able to fulfill her wish of one last Tommy’s milkshake.” Click here to read our most inspiring food stories of 2017.


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In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

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Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


Faithinthesound

Incumbent Republican Governor Mark Sanford is set to receive another big endorsement this week, this time from National Taxpayer Watchdog Citizens Against Government Waste.

Sanford, who was endorsed earlier this month by the Conservation Voters of South Carolina, will receive the CAGW endorsement this Wednesday, according to a source helping organize the announcement who spoke with FITS last week on condition of anonymity.

CAGW is one of the nation's top fiscal conservative advocacy groups, and three times rated Sanford #1 in the entire U.S. Congress for his votes to lower taxes and reduce government spending ('95, '97 and '99).

CAGW has frequently praised Sanford since his election as governor in 2002, and has even gone so far as to criticize big spenders in the S.C. Republican ranks who oppose his brand of fiscal conservatism.

In June 2004, CAGW named the entire South Carolina General Assembly as its "Porker of the Month" following its override of nearly all of the governor's budget vetoes.

That was the same year Sanford infuriated legislators (but endeared himself to the public) by carrying two live piglets into the State House to protest the General Assembly's wasteful pork barrel spending.

It's a big week for Sanford. In addition to the CAGW endorsement, he'll be hosting the nation's governors this weekend in Charleston at the annual meeting of the National Governor's Association.

Stay tuned to FITS for more breaking political news .


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