"Happy Mother's Day" in your language.

@tomitomi (5441)
Singapore
May 10, 2010 11:09am CST
Mothers' Day has just left. But to many of us these simple words will always continue to reverberate. It has been an inspiration, a reason to look forward to. Above all it goes to show how great mothers are! "I love you mom." In Indonesian we simply say "Selamat Hari Ibu!" How do you say it at home?
4 responses
@iv4emani (35)
• Bulgaria
15 May 10
Our in Bulgaria-?????? ??,????!
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
16 May 10
Thank you!
• Philippines
11 May 10
"Mahal Kita" in Filipino means I love you. And "Maligayang Araw ng mga Ina" means Happy Mother's Day
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
11 May 10
Wonderful!!! Thanks Saranggola.
• Canada
11 May 10
Happy Mother's Day eh? lol. but my mother went and insulted me without realizing it on mothers day. we had her over for dinner, she took it upon herself to scrub the roasting pan to a highgloss shine. then she brings it out and says: look how good i got it. i said yep. she says, i thought if i cooked like arleen (me) i wouldn't bother doing them either (the dishes) gee thanks mom, i only spent all week cleaning the house..
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
11 May 10
Hi nsangel! I really enjoyed the humorous, casual, friendly atmosphere you have had. Great time for love and bonding. She deserved the dinner isn't she? What a wonderful mom! Thanks for sharing Arleen! Keep myLotting and have a nice day ahead!
@pabreen (237)
• Philippines
10 May 10
Yes, it's heartwarming for all mothers receiving a greetings from their children and friends on mother's day. In our language we say " Masayang araw Nanay" meaning " happy mother's day" or "Salamat Nanay".
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
10 May 10
Thank you so much pabreen! Have a nice day ahead!