Mother’s Day

It’s Mother’s Day today. Have you done anything for your mom?

For some, they criticise that such occasion (akin to Valentine’s Day) is absolutely unnecessary. If you are a filial child, then each living day would be Mother’s Day to your mom. If you are a loving other half, then each living day would be Valentine’s Day to your special half.

Yes, I absolutely agree with the above statement. BUT that does not translate to discounting your mom on a special day. Just like drugs, regularly dosage of any drugs (over a long time) would eventually nullify its effects. You may tell your mom that you love her everyday, but eventually this “love” would more or less lose its taste. If you could add an extra punch on a special day and DO something for your mom, then why not? Tbh, it’s not that hard. From a dinner, to a small bouquet or simply a heartfelt handwritten card is more than enough. As long as you TRY to make the day a little different, she can feel it and she would appreciate it. Yes yes, I could see that some would be rolling their eyes at the “superficial” and “materialistic” thought of mine but uh… that’s what I feel about it. At times, some impracticality ain’t much of a sin.

Rather than SAYING just Thank You, why not let your actions prove what you mean?

APPRECIATION

does not involve only a word of “thanks”.

—————————————————————————————————————————————–u9

Today, I handed her a bouquet of flowers – a gift from my brother who is studying overseas. I then captured the moments of her gentling caressing the soft petals of the flowers. “It must be expensive, but it’s beautiful”. “This pink flower is so beautiful…”  etc etc. Her happy voice was so soothing to my ears and calmed my nervous heart. ps: I was so prepared for her to blast out “WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY!!!!” Then, the happy voice stopped and I heard sobs. I looked up from my phone and was completely thrown off guard by her tears. Tears flowed against her will as she sniffed and fought to wipe off those tears with the back of her hand. Watching tears rolling down her cheeks, my nose tingled and my heart ached. In between her sobs, she muttered: “谢谢你们”.  There was no need for thanks because she well deserves these reciprocating love from her two children.

 

I love you mummy

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s