Chasing Normality on Mother’s Day in 2020
Every day, we should show appreciation to our mothers and mother figures for their devotion. On 10th May for Mother’s Day, however, we will dedicate an entire day to celebrating them as nurturers and anchors of the family.
Mother’s Day is a tradition that has been long practised in many ways across the world. However, in a time of a pandemic, which has shut down physical businesses and forced people into isolation, how can we honour motherhood without breaking tradition?
Indeed, physical distancing has become the new normal. An outbreak of such gravity has made gathering in numbers and celebrating a beloved family member a challenge. It is at this point, more than ever, that we need to stay connected despite a life in isolation. And we can do so with just a few taps on our mobile devices. A simple phone call or a video chat would be more than enough to lift everyone’s spirits. We even have a chance to brighten our Mum’s day with a special gift.
Send her a gift
If you are in New South Wales, we can help you send your mum the perfect present to let her know you’re thinking about her. It’s our way of saying we still care about all our mothers even with the difficulties we are facing. We deliver right to her doorstep, so you don’t have to.
Cristina Re Gift Set
Japanese Teaset from Red Sparrow
Mother’s Day Brekkie Surprise Pack
In these trying times, we can save our tightest hugs and warmest cuddles for when all this blows over. The important thing is to keep everyone, especially our mums, safe and happy on their special day and in the days to come. Mother’s Day in 2020 is surely going to be different, but we can help you keep it as “normal” as possible.