Coronavirus yard display turns heads
A Utah couple's elaborate yard displays are a neighborhood fixture ... and now they've taken on a unique COVID-19 twist.
It's when Kobe, 19 cleared the streets and force people into their homes had nobody's out walking. It became something of a patriotic duty for Mike Willis to get people to smile. We thought it was cute. The perfect way already rested in his display. So she said, Let's change it. Cold of test in the space, usually saved for holidays, suddenly found new purpose in the pandemic. We just picked up on some of the things that you hear on TV all the time and went with, Um, there was plenty of fodder for this occasion. It's illustrating a shortage of toward paper from bathroom, and we thought it was funny to the emergency room whole made. Then later, there's a sign right over here. We just put a bicycle pump and the holes going down into a long, and this is actually everybody's favorite. The reaction has been nothing to sneeze at. My brother even says something like, Yeah, somebody's gonna take that wrong, Willis says. The display has been a hit with passers by. People enjoy it and get a kick out of it. The pleasure that it brings others That's my wife. June helped bring the design to reality while creating some much needed levity. It is not fun to be over there during this time of year. No one can come in to see a Willis not only made a recent trip to the hospital, there's lots side facts. I lose a lot of energy from the loop, Ron and and now he's also been in an ongoing fight with cancer, and the display has helped to keep his month focused elsewhere. I like the reaction of the kids, the peanut characters and kids love them. There may be no cure yet in the pandemic. People enjoy it and get a kick out of it. Willis hopes a little laughter is the perfect medicine. If I could make a young child smile and want to come back and see it, that makes my day.