Happy Mother’s day to all the wonderful moms out there! You rock!!
Here is my mom. She’s the definition of tough love. She gives me everything I ever need but she always has high expectations for me. I used to complained about not being able to get away with many things but as i grew to understand, my mom is one of my biggest motivations. When things are difficult in life, I push harder knowing that I’d make her proud!
Meet my mom in law. She’s a fun mom. She’s always the softest and sweetest! She makes me feel accepted since day one. And of course she’s already the awesomest for giving birth and raising the most wonderful man in my life, hubbie the great! :-P
I’m pretty sure I’m the luckiest daughter in the whole wide world for having 2 wonderful mothers.
It’d be a huge mistake not to mention some wonderful, wonderful mother figures in my life:
My grandma in law. I love hugging her every time I see her. She hugs so tightly and I can feel her love every time through those big hugs. She’s a wonderful cook and an even more wonderful host! As of now, on the top of my agenda is to spend the whole day with her when I come back to NY and learn (as many as possible) her dessert recipes :-P
Meet my mom’s mom! She’s one of the strongest women I’ve ever known. She’s a true fighter. Sickness can’t keep her from being a wonderful grandma of 8. I love her kisses. She kisses me on the cheeks many many times every time we meet and I magically feel like I was 5 snuggling up in her arms again.
And here is my dad’s mom. My childhood wouldn’t be the same without her. She was my best friends, she still is…one of the most difficult things to do is stop telling her things. When I see her or even talk to her on the phone, I’m like like a little bird , just can’t stop chirping :-)
And here are the women in my life who are wonderful mothers and all deserve a shout out on mom’s day!
My life would definitely not be the same without them. Each one of them loves me in a different way but all their loves combine make me complete. They shaped me into who I am today and I thank them for that.
I might not be able to fully understand a mother’s love until the day I become a mother myself but at least I know that I have many great mother’s loves to measure up to.
Being away from home is the hardest when it comes to times like these, when all I want to do is to hug each one of them tight, and let them know I love them…