Sunday, May 9, 2010

Mother's Day Tribute: In Honor of Mothers Everywhere



Today, Mother's Day, pays special tribute to mothers everywhere.

It's also a day to remember grandmothers, aunts, cousins, friends, and all women who have enriched our lives. 

My Mummy died four years ago so for me, Mother's Day celebrations are now tinged with sadness. Even though she's gone from this world, I still feel her presence.  Her smile is there when I see white roses or hear an old tune she played on the piano. She's there when my sisters and me get together and share laughter and memories. To Mummy, family was everything.

Her influence on my life will continue for as long as I'm on earth.

Recently, at an indoor flea market, I came across two framed poems, one of which is pictured today. There is no date posted on the poem but it's definitely old. It has the great picture of a  pretty mother and baby,  shown on this post. I'm so happy to be able to share it with you and will show the other poem another day.

If your mother is alive, and you are able to visit her today, do yourself a favor. Give your mother the biggest, warmest hug you can. Then tell her you love her, even though she knows you do. She needs to hear it from you often, but especially today!  You will miss her SO MUCH  when she's gone.

Today, I wish all of my dear blogger friends who are moms, a warm, happy, and FUN Mother's Day! If you are not a mom, I still wish you a great and happy day.

WHAT IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS YOUR MOTHER EVER TAUGHT YOU?

11 comments:

Linda O'Connell said...

My mother taught me never to hold a grudge. That bit of wisdom has served me well over the years.

Lynn-Teacupstitches said...

Thank you for sharing such a moving post Susan! I hope you and your sisters are able to be together today and share happy memories of your Mom!!
I am blessed to still have mine and will give her an Extra hug!!
Lynn

T's Daily Treasures said...

The roses in your previous post are just gorgeous. I told my kids yesterday GO TO YOUR ROOM AND MAKE ME SOMETHING. I got nothing. Boys! My mom is thousands and thousands of miles away so won't be visiting. She moved and I don't remember where I put her new phone number. :/ Sorry to hear about your mom. Your sweet little framed poem is really special. Hope you are having a beautiful day. Many blessings, Tammy

Karen Lange said...

Happy Mother's Day to you and your readers.
Blessings,
Karen

diane stetson said...

My Mom's favorite quote..."More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of". She taught me to pray and I'm very grateful for that.

BECKY said...

Happy Mother's Day to you, too, Susan! Hmmm....one of the most important things my mom taught me was how to get by on a very tiny budget.

Chatty Crone said...

. . .and a Happy Mother's Day to you too. ♥sandie

Susan said...

Hello Ladies! Hope your day was awesome and memorable. Remember, I think each of you is very, very special, on Mother's Day and EVERY day! Sincerely, Susan

Linda said...

Happy Mother's Day Susan! I had a wonderful day and will share it tomorrow I hope. I love the poem.

Susan said...

Thanks, Linda!

Sandi said...

Oh, to be remembered like this!

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