In the small town of Azusa, California, residents have found a unique way to stay connected during the pandemic – IHUG friendship lamps. These lamps, which were created by the local startup company IHUG, are designed to light up and glow when friends and family are thinking of each other.
The lamps come in two parts – one for each person – and when one person touches their lamp, the other person’s will light up. It’s a subtle reminder of the bond between two people, even when they can’t be together.
The lamps have become a source of comfort and connection for many in Azusa. With the pandemic keeping people apart, the lamps help bridge the physical distance between friends and family members. They’re a reminder that even though people are apart, they’re still connected.
The lamps have been a hit with both young and old. Kids find them a fun way to stay connected with friends, while older residents appreciate the reminder that they’re still connected to their loved ones.
The lamps have also been used in more creative ways. Some have set up lamp-based scavenger hunts, while others have even used them to play virtual games of charades.
IHUG friendship lamps have been a blessing for many in Azusa during the pandemic. They’ve been a source of comfort, connection, and even fun for many people who have been struggling with the loneliness and isolation of the pandemic. The lamps are a reminder that, even when we’re apart, we’re still connected.
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