Her Alpha Kappa Alpha Line Sisters Showed up to Surprise Her With a Song During Chemo
While the coronavirus may be making for scary times, necessitating social distancing, and making people feel very alone, there is a video floating around the internet that is giving hope and showing how love, warmth and sisterhood can really make this world a better place.
In the video, a group line sisters who are members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. show up at the house of one of their sorors who is going through chemo and sing her a song.
“In the midst of this quarantine craziness, my mom’s linesisters found a way to show their support, make her smile and keep her fighting! She has been having a rough couple of days – the side effects from her chemo medication are kicking in, plus the fluid that has been forming around her heart and lungs have made it hard for her to breathe,” her daughter wrote.
“Her linesisters had the most beautiful idea to come over and sing to her to lift her spirits – and of course they maintained social distancing… because Coronavirus. Although its a strange time in the world right now, not being able to hug and gather with loved ones the way you normally would, perhaps self-quarantining and social distancing is allowing space for creativity in how we show up for those we love the most. I am so grateful for the happiness and love that the Fabulous 15 brought to my mom today. This is what our wonderful sisterhood is about, and you ladies have shown up in the most incredible way. THANK YOU SORORS!”
The video has since been shared over 1,000 times on social media and has touched people across the nation.
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