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Healing, Courage, Love: First Lady Jill Biden's pictures of Valentine's Day decor at the White House go viral
The president also reiterated the point about hope.
The entire world is gearing up to celebrate the day of love aka Valentine's Day on February 14. Albeit a pandemic-ridden one, people are making sure that the celebrations are in full swing to ring in the festivities.
Now, even the White House has joined the party. The newly-inducted POTUS and FLOTUS, Joe and Jill Biden are celebrating this special day together at the White House.
Jill Biden also took to Twitter to post pictures of the pop-up decoration put up around the premises. They comprised of red, white, and pink hearts that had some encouraging words on them such as healing, courage, love, compassion, gratitude, peace, amor, strength, kindness, family and unity.
In the end, she signed off personally saying, 'Love, Jill.'
According to People magazine, the decorations are meant to viewed by the American public. Hence, the pop-up hearts were put up where the White House live shots are taken from.
Jill Biden was quoted saying by the magazine, "I think things have been- with the pandemic- just everybody's feeling a little down, so, a little joy, a little hope, that's all."
The president also reiterated the point about hope. "You just have to stay strong. A lot of people have gone through terrible suffering. Lost their families; lost their children. Lost their husbands, wives, moms, dads. And it's almost unbearable. The one thing I can say to them is that: they're still in your heart," he said.
The above-posted photographs went viral on the microblogging site. Many netizens loved the decorations and thanked the First Lady. "You have brought such compassion and grace to the WH," one user said. Many could not help but appreciate the amount of love showcased by her.