A group of neighbors held a remote host parade for a young girl after they finished chemotherapy, and it’s the sweetest thing you’ll see all day.
We have to thank John Krasinski for putting together this incredible moment. The actor launched a Twitter call for “#SomeGoodNews” in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, and a mother named April Danz intervened. “#SomeGoodNews my daughter, Coco, has completed her final [chemotherapy] treatment yesterday and our friends had a distance social distancing welcome parade for her, ”she tweeted. Song “plays in the background. Coco is visibly moved by the way her friends presented themselves to her, and so did we.
Seriously, if you don’t have tears running down your face right now, we don’t know what to say. Krasinski replied, “Well, this is one of the greatest things I have seen. Welcome home, Coco !!” We certainly support that sentiment, as so many have done.
“Bless you two and your wonderful circle of friends. It was worth using a box of Kleenex amassed !!” one person wrote. “I will pray for Coco’s full recovery and a protective circle around her as her immune system rebounds. Thanks for sharing this, I’m so happy for your family!”
As you all know, we are currently going through an extremely difficult period as the country isolates itself in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. Everyday celebrations, like birthday parties and other social gatherings, are on hold at the moment, but it’s been so comforting to see how smart people come up with solutions to mark moments in life. Big and small.
There is the mother who set up “Club Quarantine” for the 21st birthday of her son, and the couple who reassigned their wedding favors in the most charming way:
It’s moments like these that help the world feel a little less terrible in a very uncertain time. Well done, Coco’s neighbors – and above all, well done Coco. We hope you feel love.