The COVID-19 pandemic means Mother’s Day is going to be different for a lot of families this year.
Social distancing restrictions are preventing many moms and their family members from celebrating the occasion face-to-face.
But people are coming up with new ways to show they care.
A small group of dancers showed up to perform Wednesday for the many moms at the Bow View Manor care home in northwest Calgary.
The woman who organized the event usually brings gifts to care home residents at Christmas, and decided that inviting them to watch the outdoor performance through the windows would help brighten up Mother’s Day for the residents.
“My mom loves watching us dance, so we thought other moms are probably feeling really lonely,” Shannon Hutchison said.
“And coming out, especially with the girls that are so cute, and the funny costumes, it could bring a little bit of love to people that can’t see their family right now.”
Source: Read Full Article