“Windows of the Begotten Blue” received a ton of positivity on Friday!
From school field trips (elementry, junior high, high school, & college). 4 interviews for school assignments, County workers, psychologist, therapist, interviews for newspapers and news. A lot of family and friends and officers retired and active stopped by.
Kern County stopped by. The owner of Olvera St. too. Many vendors came to view throughout the day. Chicago PD even showed up!
Rebecca Escobar told me, “All in all it was an intense emotional experierence listening to their voices, their feelings, their gratitude their personal relations of why they support police.” Impactful moment: “There was a high school aged couple and the young man whispered to his girlfriend, “Am I sure this is what I want to get into?"
This conjured up a myriad of emotions within Rebecca. But most importantly, it gave powerful meaning to this growing memorial.
Thank you to everyone who went out to support this worthwhile project in support of Fallen Officers!
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