Florida Mom Uses Chalk Drawings To Remind People To Socially Distance Casey Drake has been re-creating colorful childhood characters to share advice. For example, there's Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz who says: "There's No Place Like Home. Seriously, stay home!"
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Florida Mom Uses Chalk Drawings To Remind People To Socially Distance

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Florida Mom Uses Chalk Drawings To Remind People To Socially Distance

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. If you've been out and about, you know many of your neighbors - some of them still need reminders about keeping their social distance. A mom in Winter Park, Fla., is doing her part with chalk drawings on her sidewalk. Casey Drake has been recreating colorful childhood characters to share advice. There's Dorothy from "The Wizard Of Oz," who says, there's no place like home - no, seriously, stay home. And Rapunzel up in her tower - oh, you're tired of social distancing? That's cute.

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