CLEVELAND — At its core, Valentine's Day isn't about the flowers, the chocolates or the gifts. It's about showing someone you love that you care and support them, especially in times when they need it most.
On Friday, one special person left a Valentine's Day message in the snow for their mother to show support while she receives care at the Cleveland Clinic.
In giant letters left at the hospital's main campus, the message simply states, "MOM BE BRAVE," complete with a ribbon drawn above the script.
Cleveland Clinic posted the message to Twitter along with the hashtag #MomBeBrave.
"To the person who wrote it, you've touched our hearts," the hospital tweeted.
With those three simple words, the writer didn't just let their own mother know that they care, they let every mom at the hospital know what it means to be loved on Valentine's Day.
Faith in humanity restored.
A beautiful message was left at our main campus today.— ClevelandClinicNews (@CleClinicNews) February 14, 2020
To the person who wrote it, you've touched our hearts. ❤️#MomBeBrave pic.twitter.com/doY9x6QcAz