May 9, 2011

Happy Belated Mother's day Mom

Hey bloggers, just wishing all the mom's out there a very great mother's day (if it affects anyone reading (yeah yeah, I’m a day late)!

Well My mom had to deal with some things no one should ever have to. She never became bitter at her situation or anyone. She never whined, or said “Why me?” She never let her circumstances define her. She just did what she had to do, one day at a time. She was the bravest person I’ve ever met.

She reminded me to forgive even those who had been cruel, and give people the benefit of the doubt.
She taught me that no matter how hard you cry at night, the sun will still come up in the morning.

Although I only got 20 short years with my mom, I know I’m one of the luckiest daughters alive. My mom taught me to be independent, confident, nurturing and driven. She raised me to believe in love, hope and myself.Plus she has also been a source of endless hugs and support.

Over the years she has entertained me…
listened to me, laughed with me…

and has sometimes driven me absolutely crazy!

But no matter what, it’s nice to know that there is someone out there who can gaze at me with so much love and who thinks that I am an astounding and exceptional human being. (If one believes mothers, it seems there are a whole lot of exceptional people out there, so maybe being exceptional isn’t actually all that… exceptional…)

My advices???
Attention to all teenagers who has been raised by a single parent, give the old lady a break...she's giving the best as she could..


  1. I was going through some of your older posts and this one really touched me. It reminded me of the things my daughters say to me and about me. Your mother sounds like a wonderful person and you are lucky to have had her for your mom! She gave you good advice.

  2. I'm lucky to have her too, she's like a friend to me


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