Wyoming Porch Light Colors Can Have Special Meaning
Driving around Wyoming at night, you'll notice there are different colored lights on houses all over the city.
Not talking about lights you'd see at Halloween, Christmas, Valentines Day, Easter, Memorial Day or the 4th of July, talking about the porch light on houses.
According to the Restore, Decor & More website, you can show your support for different causes, just by changing the color of your porch light.
When I drive to work at 3am, I notice many porch lights are shining blue. These houses are showing support and love for area law enforcement agencies. The last few years have been rough on law enforcement, and showing our support any way we can is appreciated.
Technology has made it quite a bit easier for you to show your support to many different causes. With light bulbs that change color with the click of a button on an app, you can support law enforcement today, the military tomorrow and breast cancer awareness the following day.
If you'd like to join many others in Wyoming and show your support for certain causes, here is the rundown of porch light support colors.
Blue Bulbs - Law Enforcement, Autism Awareness, Alopecia Areata
Green Bulbs - Veterans, Military, St. Patrick's Day, Lyme Disease
Red Bulb - American Heart Association, Firefighters, Valentines Day
Purple Bulbs - Domestic Violence
Orange Bulbs - Halloween and Justice
Pink Bulbs- Breast Cancer Awareness
Yellow Bulbs - Reduce Bedbugs (seems like a stretch, could also mean nothing...just normal)
If you're thinking about showing your support and don't want to have to store multiple light bulbs, you can get bulbs that are color changing on Amazon.