A love message written in the snow covering a Chicago hospital's parking garage Sunday morning has succeeded in bringing a bit of warmth to those who need it most.
"Hi Mom, God Bless You," read a message cleverly carved out in the snow on a parking garage at Rush University Medical Center.
The message was first spotted by hospital nurse Angela Washek, who says she saw a group of men running around atop the garage, CNN reported.
"I didn't know what they were doing," Washek said.
And while the intended recipient remains unclear, and no one knows who exactly did it, the message of love has brought joy to many of the hospital's patients.
[sharequote align="center"]"My patient's daughter wished she could have done something like that for her mother."[/sharequote]
"My patient's daughter wished she could have done something like that for her mother," Washek said, according to CNN.
The message could reportedly be seen from roughly 70 to 80 hospital rooms and hospital spokeswoman Deb Song says they are actively trying to determine who is responsible for it.
"We are trying to find out who put the message up there because it has made so many staff and patients smile," she said, according to CNN.
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