Messages in the snow bring warmth on coldest days

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Snow Messages Bring Warmth In Cold Weather
It's been an exceptionally harsh winter season, what with the polar vortex and endless snow, but that's not stopping folks from making warm messages in the cold weather.

Outside of St. Cloud hospital in Minneapolis, someone carved the word 'love' and a peace sign into the snow over the frozen Mississippi river. Staffers say it's been going on for some time.

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Messages in the snow bring warmth on coldest days

An anonymous couple sporting snow shoes reportedly comes around and stomps different messages into the snow for patients at St. Cloud hospital in Minnesota. They have definitely taken notice.
 

A heart-warming message showed up Sunday in Chicago on the roof of a University Medical Center parking garage. Employees say they saw four people writing the words “Hi Mom, God Bless U!” We don't know who it was intended for, but we’re sure it made their day.
At the University of Missouri, where All American defensive lineman Michael Sam recently revealed to the public that he’s gay, supports wrote his last name rocking the Mizzou “M” into the snow at Faurot Field.
A is message written by tourists in the snow at Trocadero near to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, Thursday Jan. 7, 2010. Weather forecasts announced temperatures between -6 and -1 degrees Celsius, or 21 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
Eine Liebesnachricht steht am Dienstag, 27. Dezember 2005, auf einer verschneiten Autoscheibe in Essen geschrieben. Mit Schnee und Eis hat der Winter bei Minus-Temperaturen auch im Ruhrgebiet Einzug gehalten. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner) --- A love message is written into the snow on a car's window in Essen, western Germany, on Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2005. Winter arrived in the industrial German Ruhr area on Tuesday with snow falls and icy roads at sub-zero temperatures. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
The Christmas spirit is well in evidence on the Korean front as Seventh Division GIs spell out a snowy holiday message to the folks at home on Dec. 14, 1952. A Korean youngester watches the soldiers , who are , from left to right, PFC George Torelli, New York City; PFC Mario Vairo, also of New York;PFC Elmer Devenney, Clementon , NJ; PFC Richard Coleschen, Clinton , LA; PFC Norman A. Bell , Waukegan , ILL and PFC Anthony R. Ferraro, New York City. (AP Photo/George Sweers)
This message was dug out in the snow on the surface of a lake in Montville, Connecticut, Feb. 8, 1978. It asked for Gov. Ella T. Grasso's help in the state's snow emergency. The author of the message was unknown, but it got across to the governor who saw it as she flew over the lake on a helicopter tour of eastern Connecticut. (AP Photo/Bob Child)
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An anonymous couple sporting snow shoes reportedly comes around and stomps different messages into the snow for patients who have definitely taken notice.

It's this kind of considerate act that might actually have some people hoping for more snow.

A heart-warming message showed up Sunday in Chicago on the roof of a University Medical Center parking garage. Employees say they saw four people writing the words "Hi Mom, God Bless U!" and don't know who it was intended for, but we're sure it made their day.

At the University of Missouri, where All American defensive lineman Michael Sam recently revealed to the public that he's gay, supports wrote his last name rocking the Mizzou "M" into the snow at Faurot Field.
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