Yellow ribbon to feel

Story shared by Christ M of Chula Vista

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The yellow ribbon in my eyes is to show support to Healthcare and all frontline workers. Meaning nurses, fire, police, truck drivers, teachers, government, you get the idea. Any one who is working to keep us going and healthy.

It’s April 24, 2020 and I’ve been overwhelmed by how many people feel the same. The yellow ribbon has spread to 36 states and many news stories. It’s amazing how a grassroots idea about feeling better and showing support could go viral. But not internet viral, street viral.


I love San Diego and smile every time I am on the water. The serenity.
The love for one another is tremendous and we all are having trouble staying fit in isolation.

copy of national story https://youtu.be/GNV_DuoMdw4

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