Inspiring: ‘Snowflakes for Sandy Hook’ story moves many to tears
Last month, the Connecticut Parent Teacher Association requested homemade snowflakes for Sandy Hook Elementary children so they would be able to enjoy a winter wonderland at their new school.
The response was overwhelming.
A touching reminder of our humanity. Want some inspiration?Watch Snowflakes for Newtown cbsnews.com/video/watch/?i…
— Dr. Foster Mobley (@fostermobley) January 13, 2013
Here is the CBS story:
Many were touched by the widespread kindness.
The Snowflakes for Sandy Hook story on @cbssunday has me absolutely sobbing. So much love in the world; sometimes that’s easy to forget
— terfle (@terfle) January 13, 2013
— Lori Richardson (@cubbie172000) January 13, 2013
Just saw the Sunday Morning story about snowflakes for Sandy Hook. Crying. So moving.
— Sue Blue (@Bluetickhealer) January 13, 2013
Ok, this snowflakes for Sandy Hook story on #cbssunday is totally making me cry.
— Sarah Heffern (@smheffern) January 13, 2013
Watching the story of snowflakes for Sandy Hook and bawling like a baby. Nothing so beautiful as the love of children.
— Hopeless Bikertrash (@TampaBayMomma) January 13, 2013
If you haven’t seen a version of the “Snowflakes for Sandy Hook” story yet, you are missing out on a snapshot of our caring spirit!
— Lauren Crawford (@laurenecrawford) January 13, 2013
Oh, man. The snowflakes story for Sandy Hook story on CBS Sunday Morning is going to crush me.
— Pam Lewis (@outsidevoice) January 13, 2013
What a fantastic story. Kudos to all who participated.