Today's One Good Thing: The 'Living Billboard' at Edgewater Beach

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Every day, while most things in this forsaken world suck, we'll offer one thing, just one little thing, that doesn't.

Today:



Andrew Thomas Design, which last week used flowers meant for events that were canceled because of the coronavirus shutdown to decorate the Cleveland signs at Edgewater and in Tremont, has lent its talents to the Metroparks this week.

A living billboard is now on display at Edgewater, and Clevelanders are welcome to take a bouquet or visit to take a picture, with proper physical distancing, of course.



In case you can't make it out, the sign reads: "Individually, we are one flower. Together, we are a beautiful garden."

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