St. Louis, Missouri 2020-11-20 07:42:00 –
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – Pam Huff has captured the best moments of the last 15 years, but some now call her an emotional champion.
For at least eight months, the student’s smile has been covered with a mask, and Huff knows that the teacher is emotionally connected to the student.
“They meet their children every day and there is no smile there,” she said. “You don’t know what’s behind the mask, they can’t see their emotions, expressions.”
Huff told News 4 a few weeks ago when he was taking pictures of his class, and the teacher made a comment that made her think.
“Then, when they’re all over. [the teacher] Looking back at the class, she said, “You know, I haven’t seen these smiles for a long time,” Huff recalled.
In difficult times, a casual smile can reassure people.
“You can’t go anywhere in public and see people. They wear masks and you can’t see their emotions, you can now see them, you Can see their eyes, but a smile puts it together. That’s the big picture, “she said.
Flash After Flash and Smile After Smile, Huff said it was important to show off their pearly whites.
“You never know,” Huff said. “It may be the last portrait they have ever taken.”
Health leaders said News 4 masks are essential to slow the spread of COVID-19. The next time you meet someone, raise your eyebrows or open your eyes and smile. Because you never know what that smile can do for someone else.
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