Woman Sticks Funny Notes On Random Objects In Walmart So People Can Have An Unexpected Smile (34 Pics)

Retail employees are our everyday superheroes during the coronavirus outbreak and they deserve our love and respect. Now, more than ever.

Mother-of-five Amy Cook, who lives in North Baltimore, Ohio, decided that the employees at her local Walmart needed some cheering up. That’s why she stuck dozens of witty and wholesome sticky notes all over the supermarket.

Amy’s good deed didn’t go unnoticed. When she posted about what she had done on Facebook, she got over 21k likes and her story was shared more than 43k times. Her photos brought smiles to our faces and we hope that they lift your spirits, too, dear Pandas! Let us know in the comments which note was your favorite and why.

More info: Facebook | AmyCookPhotos.com

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Amy is a photographer who started her business in 2009. She specializes in taking photos of families, newborns, toddlers, and also weddings. According to her website, she has 5 daughters and is married to her high school sweetheart. Her extended family lives in the countryside in Northwestern Ohio, so there’s plenty of space for her kids to run around and help out with farming. Amy also has 2 dogs and a cat.

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She correctly pointed out that a lot of retail employees these days are under huge amounts of stress. Not only do they have to provide for their families during a pandemic, but they also have to deal with long hours at work and stay professional in the face of panicking (and sometimes rude!) customers.

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It’s safe to say that while medics are on the frontlines fighting the coronavirus, retail employees are working nonstop behind the lines, making sure we have everything that we need. World leaders have said time and time again that we’re at war with an invisible enemy—the coronavirus. During wartime, supplies are essential. If you want to know what happens when supply lines stop working, have a look at Napoleon’s invasion of Russia and how that ended.

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Luckily, the US is starting to recognize retail workers’ valiant efforts in keeping the country functioning. For instance, some states like Minnesota and Vermont are planning to classify grocery store employees as emergency workers. That includes register clerks, the staff who stock shelves, the people working in distribution, and those who keep the stores clean. We can all do our part to help retail employees feel valued, just like Amy did. Are you up for the challenge, Pandas?

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Source: boredpanda.com

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