Elsa visits kids stuck at home, delivers song and message of strength


It's not very often that a hero shows up wearing a snowflake dress and sparkles.

While kids are stuck at home, Elsa is making house calls.

This popular Ice Queen from "Frozen" is stopping by to say hello and deliver the joy of music.

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Elsa also brings words of hope and encouragement.

"Yes, it is a hard a hard time. We are going to make it through it and we will be stronger because of this. Just like me crossing that ocean in 'Frozen 2'. We're going to do it together. This community is going to do it together," says Amy Kavelaras, owner of Amy's Princess Parties.

At a time when kids miss their friends and just normal activities, this, their parents say, is the the magical visit they need.

Amy is making these visits for donations only, which usually come with a nice picture and card given by the kids.

She says she wants other people to find what they're good at and bring joy at this time.

"Light shines brightest in darkness. For me, being able to shine a light in darkness is what I was born to do, and I believe that," she says.

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