- A coffee shop in Johannesburg has made a simple yet profound gesture to honour those moms who are no longer with us
- For many Mother's Day is a time when people get to spend time and show their appreciation for their mothers
- For others, it is a painful reminder that they have lost one of the most important people in their lives, this simple gesture helps honour those amazing women
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A small coffee shop in Fourways is honouring mothers who are no longer with us in a simple yet powerful way. Dc Coffee Co is setting out empty yellow chairs to represent the moms who have left us.
A yellow chair was placed outside the coffee shop and its effect was very powerful. Mother's Day can be an amazing time for people to honour and appreciate their moms.
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However, a lot of people have lost their moms and the day serves as a painful reminder of one of the most important people in their lives.
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Social media users loved the idea and took to the comment section to share their appreciation for the touching tribute
"This is such a beautiful idea❤️❤️❤️ 2nd Mothers Day without my dearest angel mummy this time of year is certainly bittersweet! Thank you for highlighting that Mothers Day is more than just the and for been considerate to those that find this day hard. "
"My word! This is so beautiful. I have lost an amazing son to suicide. How I wish he was still here with me. Always made me feel special on Mother's Day. My birthday often coincides with Mother's day which makes it so much harder. God bless you! What a wonderful idea."
"This is lovely, this my first mother's day with mom gone. Still fresh. "
"I love this. I lost my mom 13 years ago. This time of the year is always difficult for me
This is very special ❤️"
"Iron looks like a toy": Siya Kolisi spoils Rachel ahead of Mother's Day
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Springbok captain Siya Kolisi is a big man with a big heart. He showed his wife, Rachel, how much he appreciates her by doing something he has never done before - iron clothes.
He stood barefoot in the kitchen wearing bathrobe and attempted to iron what appeared to be a blouse or a shirt.
Siya confessed that there would be 'lines' on the clothing, whether or not they should be there. Rachel thanked him for looking after her.
Source: Briefly News