Duluth Couple Set Up A Safe Social Distancing Spot For Kids To Wave At The Easter Bunny
For many kids this year they will not have a chance to go see the Easter Bunny in person so one Duluth couple took it upon themselves to spread a little Easter cheer. Destini and Michael Sandlin set up an area in front of their house with the Easter Bunny front and center to wave at people walking or driving by.
Destini said to CBS3 that they have set up displays in the front of their house before but never Easter. They were both hoping it would bring some cheer to kids and adults alike. I know that I sure can't resist smiling and waving when I see the Easter Bunny.
According to Destini's Facebook Page they had "over 300 cars and 40 walkers came to see our Easter Bunny! Thank you to everyone that came out! It was so great to see all the smiles (both kids and adults). We hope we were able to spread some joy to you today!! We had zero problems with social distancing and so many thankful and nice people!"