You may have seen this video already, but it's still worth sharing
Today, I stumbled across a video that is probably my favorite YouTube selection of all time. It's infectious, fun, and I see something new every time I see it. Additionally, it never fails to bring a smile to my face, so I hope it brightens your day. I am posting a version with "heck" in the title in case you want to share it. The original version has been viewed about 29 million times.
I won't ruin it by explaining every nuance here, but I will point out that watching this piece gives me hope for humanity. It's just plain fun, too. :-) Frankly, it makes me wish I'd thought of it first, and it inspires me with its creativity.
There are three versions (different years) - this is the most recent iteration, and it took 14 months to make. I bet you can't watch it just once. Make sure you watch it in its entirety - there are some clever and amazing parts.