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The not-so-hidden message behind First Lady Jill Biden's Valentine's Day decorations

I couldn't help think that this was an adorable way to put people in a better mood.

In this file photo First lady Jill Bidens necklace spells "Mama" as she takes a tour of Whitman-Walker Health hospital on January 22, 2021 in Washington, DC. - The backdrop of flowers, teapot and US flag said it all: Jill Biden will be no Melania Trump as America's new first lady. Where Donald Trump's ex-model wife cut a flashy but often distant figure, Jill Biden's appearance on a Zoom "virtual tea" party February 3 with military spouses affirmed her image as a down-to-earth, traditional FLOTUS.

Photo by JACQUELYN MARTIN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

On any given day, I always scroll through social media to see the latest news. Sometimes, the content that pops up on social media happens to be utterly mean, heartbreaking, or chaotic, especially when it comes to politics, the pandemic, and the world.

But on a chilly, icy day like today, I saw something that warmed my heart.

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