Tough week, huh? You might have missed these 7 awesome things that happened.

Tough week, huh? You might have missed these 7 awesome things that happened.
<br>Hey, quick question: How are you doing? Are you hanging in there?It's been a rough couple of weeks, no doubt about that. You don't need a recap; just flip on the news or check Facebook, and you'll be knocked over by the avalanche of horrifying political developments that have taken place over the past 14 days.It's a little overwhelming, to be honest. Things have felt hopeless, and even all the good people out there fighting for what's good and right sometimes seem like just a drop in the ocean.But I'm here to tell you it's not all bad! A lot of it is bad, definitely. But, somewhere scattered underneath all the rubble of alternative facts, Muslim bans, and special operations gone horrendously wrong is evidence that this world we live in is, indeed, worth the fight.Victories big and small are happening, along with pieces of news that are just a welcome reprieve from the madness.Here are seven awesome things that happened this week you may not have heard about.1. An amazing federal judge in L.A. demanded an Iranian man with a valid visa be allowed into the country. Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images. According to Matt Hamilton of the L.A. Times, Ali Vayeghan had been waiting for years to fly from Tehran to see his son in Los Angeles. He just so happened to book his journey right as Donald Trump's already infamous executive order came down.Vayeghan was detained when he arrived at LAX and promptly sent back to Iran by way of Dubai.ACLU lawyers petitioned the courts and won a decision to honor Vayeghan's travel visa, but by then he was back in Dubai. So U.S. District Judge Dolly M. Gee told authorities to transport him back to the U.S. immediately.No word yet on whether Vayeghan has been reunited with his son in the U.S., but knowing there are judges out there willing to uphold the Constitution is a victory in its own right.2. We thought this adorable frog was extinct but recently discovered it was just hiding!Science and discovery still matter, damnit. Just ask