While the coronavirus continues to cause stress and panic, some are shining light on hope with the use of Christmas lights.
Some Twitter users are calling on people to hang their Christmas lights up as a sign of hope during the coronavirus.
@Dan_Garcia76 posted a photo saying, "Let's face it, it sucks out there. Why not have something wonderful to look at while driving around."
Let's face it, it sucks out there. Why not have something wonderful to look at while driving around. Let's put up our Christmas lights during this whole coronavirus era and give our communities something joyful. #COVID #LockedDownLightsUp #stayhomechallenge pic.twitter.com/x5AgQBZKYi
— Dan Garcia (@Dan_Garcia76) March 18, 2020
@vanburenEdD posted a photo of some sparkling bushes with the message, "Yes, Christmas lights in March. There may be darkness in the world right now, but WE are the LIGHT."
Yes, Christmas lights in March. There may be darkness in the world right now, but WE are the LIGHT. Be kind. Be well. Stay home if you can. #CoronaKindness #HOPEnotCANCELLED #LockedDownLightsUp pic.twitter.com/gglGzOg4BN
— Dr. Jenny Van Buren (@vanburenEdD) March 20, 2020
My youngest son was bored today and said, "can we put Christmas lights on our tree outside to cheer us up?" Great idea buddy. Lights are on tonight as a sign of hope and the sweet mind of my 10 year old. #Rhodeisland #hope #lovemysons #Christmas #Cumberland pic.twitter.com/qhVjeuLc02
— Mike Griffin (@rhodyknowsbest) March 16, 2020