Chalk Art Inspires Families and Communities

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Photo Courtesy of Megan Chaplin

The Covid-19 pandemic is pushing people in many emotional directions. We are all feeling some sort of pressure. It’s hard not to avoid the constant noise of what’s happening outside our own personal space, and around the world.

But, this situation is also pushing people outside with their families.

They’re not running into Walmart in WWE tag team form to grab as many packages of toilet paper as possible (now). Instead, families are grabbing colorful outdoor chalk and heading to paved surfaces to spread joy, hope, motivation, and Bible verses to comfort those who may see them as they walk, run or drive by.

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Photo Courtesy of Jade Graves

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Photo Courtesy of Jade Graves

Growing up among many smart and talented people, I could only admire their talents from afar. Now, still the same person, I’m admiring many young artists who can create masterpieces that either change daily or continue in a flow of purpose and imagination.

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Photo Courtesy of Holly Coats

To the Mom’s, Dad’s, Grandparents, Neighbors, and our little artists, thank you for making my day and the purpose of this article.

You can see more examples of art by CLICKING HERE

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Jason Baggett

Jason Baggett

Personal favorite quote - "It's the simplest things in life that make the biggest difference."

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