First The Booze Fairies. Then Booze Bros. Now, Juice Fairies.
I'll admit, I laughed out loud when I first heard about this one. First we had the Booze Fairies for the ladies. Then the guys decided to be Booze Bros. Now, we have a group for the kids.
The Juice Fairies operate just like the other groups. You join the group, which is private to protect everyone's information. Then one day, you get surprised by a basket of goodies on the porch. Just this time, instead of booze and snacks, it's stuff for the kids.
The rules for the group mirror those of the Booze Fairies and Booze Bros. Except for rule 1. While the other two groups mention social distancing, Juice Fairies make it very clear this is not a group for you to set up play dates in.
In fact, they state that you should not expect a play date. It's all about social distancing and helping brighten someone's day.
The group's goal is the same as the other groups. All they want to do is spread love and positivity during these tough times.
These groups are doing something great, that isn't hard to do and doesn't take a lot of time. In return, you get to make someone smile. Then someone returns the favor.
Hats off to the Booze Fairies, the Booze Bros, and now the Juice Fairies for doing their part to help take the edge off and give us something to smile about.