It’s been almost a year since her mother, Tania, made her first dessert and it’s been one of the most satisfying times of her life.
She says she was excited, but also overwhelmed.
“It was a little difficult because I thought that she was going to give up on me, she was so passionate, but she really stuck with it,” Tania said.
Tania says her daughter, Tanya, has had a lot of support since the coronavirus.
“We’ve been able to be a little bit of a buffer and help her deal with a lot that she’s going through,” she said.
“She’s still learning so much, and she’s really, really smart.”
Tania’s daughter is now a senior at St. Joseph’s University in Calgary.
It’s a place where she hopes to take advantage of some of the help and resources that are being offered to others affected by the coronovirus.
She’s now working on a project that will help students develop skills in communication and literacy.
“I’m excited about being a part of that and trying to be able to take some of those skills and apply them to a new audience and help them out,” Tanya said.
This story was produced by The Current’s Tanya Sjoberg.
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