I'm trying to understand if these two phrases at the end of the sentence are acting restrictively or non-restrictively. Can you please help?
As far as I know, a comma is generally used before a non-restrictive participle phrase.
Mary whirled through the large room, waving her hands in the air.
A comma is not used if the meaning is restrictive.
She was in the kitchen making lunch.
In this sentence, is a comma needed before "getting" to show non-restrictive meaning? Or can I choose to withhold the comma?
Her mother was at the coffee shop getting coffee and making calls to her friends.