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Friday Favorites: Feel Good Things That Have Happened During Quarantine

To say that this has been an unusual time for many of us would be an understatement. For most, the thought of social distancing, much less sheltering in place was a foreign one just four or five weeks ago. But we've adjusted and adapted together as a country and even as a global community. Perhaps the most incredible thing to see during the COVID-19 Pandemic has been how we as a community have found ways to support one another. So on today's edition of Friday Favorites, we want to celebrate those acts of kindness and compassion and the stories that have made us smile during this time.

PHOTO: Karen Evelth's dog Sundance delivers groceries to neighbor Renee Hellman nearly everyday during the coronavirus pandemic.

In Manitou Springs, Colorado lives a special golden retriever named Sundance. Sunny, as he is nicknamed, and his fur-mama Karen Evelth have been getting and delivering groceries to their 65-year-old neighbor Renee Hellman during this crisis. However, since Hellman has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) she is at especially high risk for severe complications were she to contract COVID-19. To help limit human contact, Sunny plays delivery boy, trotting Hellman's door with her groceries in a bag in his mouth.

A Georgia bar owner removed $3,714 worth of bills stapled to the walls to give to her unemployed staff

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