Hearts on display

It's a simple thing. Paper hearts in windows. I smiled at every house that had hearts in the window on the way home today. It reminded me that we are all facing the same crisis and we are all trying to do the best we can. 

Thank you to everyone who put a heart up. I put up a couple when I got home.

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Shandra Murphy

Prince George

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