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 http://t.co/W9NZBefG
— 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 (@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.
— HopelessBikertrash (@TampaBayMomma) 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.