Kelly Fisher discovered this tiny house, created by an anonymous artist dubbed “The Gnomist,” to honor Fisher’s daughter who died at age 3. “It’s the most beautiful act of compassion,” she said, “that a stranger would know the pain and think, ‘I should do something to honor that short life.’ ” The star by the door reads “Who will you inspire?”
Kelly Fisher discovered this tiny house, created by an anonymous artist dubbed “The Gnomist,” to honor Fisher’s daughter who died at age 3. “It’s the most beautiful act of compassion,” she said, “that a stranger would know the pain and think, ‘I should do something to honor that short life.’ ” The star by the door reads “Who will you inspire?” Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Kelly Fisher discovered this tiny house, created by an anonymous artist dubbed “The Gnomist,” to honor Fisher’s daughter who died at age 3. “It’s the most beautiful act of compassion,” she said, “that a stranger would know the pain and think, ‘I should do something to honor that short life.’ ” The star by the door reads “Who will you inspire?” Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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