More “Good News” Stories from the Coronavirus Outbreak – Monday Edition
Here are a few more good news stories from the outbreak . . .
1. Have you taken on any fun projects while you’ve been stuck at home? A woodworker in Ohio made a squirrel feeder that looks like a bar. It’s got seven types of nuts “on tap,” and the internet loves it. So he patented the design, and now he’s selling them for $200 a pop.
3. A guy in Utah was getting annoyed that the motion sensor on his garage kept going off at night. It turned out a little kid was riding his bike up into his driveway. But instead of telling him to stop, he drew a mini racetrack in chalk. So now more kids use it.
5. A psychologist at Oxford says your friendships won’t suffer long-term because of the crisis. Your friend group might feel smaller right now . . . and we all might be a little more socially awkward when things first open up. But he says most friendships will rebound. And bonds between family members will stay just as strong as they were.