ATLANTA, Ind. -- A Hamilton County woman is taking a unique approach to “sharing” her opinion. Instead of posting to Facebook or other social media sites, she’s posting her thoughts on her front porch for all to see.
And while she doesn’t mind showing off her home – the mother-of-three said she’d rather not share her identity.
She uses poster boards, Tupperware tops, anything she has to post her thoughts and opinions out on the porch of her home in the small town of Atlanta, Indiana.
“I care about my family, I care about my little town, and I care about this country’s future,” she said.
While most of us turn to Facebook to post our opinions, catch up with news and hear what others are protesting - this mother, who said she couldn't travel to rallies because she’s taking care of a disabled son, is taking it to a whole new level.
She’s sharing her thoughts in her way – and has been since the presidential election.
“If I can take one piece of information and get it out there to one individual, well, then maybe that person will share it with the next individual and then little by little people will get educated,” she said.
Watch the video above to hear her story.