What's my life without You?
May 25, 2016 12:10pm CST
Who will wake up in the morning ? Who will tell me where I will get my clothes ? Who will get my breakfast ready ? Who will serve me food? Off course alarm clock can , I can remember my clothes and I can get my food cooked. But I will not find a person just to sit beside me to listen to me .... I will not find a person who will call me just to know if I had my lunch, I will not find a person who will feed me food even if I am busy or not angry on everyone, I will not find a person who worked for more then I did, But still will bring a glass of water when I am back home along with placing my things to their places. I love you Mom! What remind you about mom, what is/was the specialist about your mom, What is the moment you still remember with mom....
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25 May 16
@MALUSE Wouldn't matter what age the author is at. Mom would still call and ask whether you had lunch or not. At least it happens in my country. Even if one had married, had children, it wouldn't be a surprise getting a call from Mom asking the same question.
26 May 16
@MALUSE I am 20 and some years old am I right @Daljinder To be honest, she always does it. Moreover she always ask me to call when I reach office. You know if I fail to call her, I will receive a call in next 1 hour saying you were supposed to reach by XXX hours and I was waiting for your call. And when I am returning home, I will get a call if I didn't reached home exactly at 11PM.
26 May 16
Mothers' love is out of this world! No wonder we call nature - Mother Nature. Whether we are seven or seventy we are still her children! Children cannot return mothers' love in full measure. I remember my mother for the unstinted love she has given me - siva
25 May 16
This post is awesome. Your mom must be proud to have you as her child. I really liked the way you wrote this thankful note for your mother. You can have a lot of brothers, sisters and friends but mom is only the one.
28 May 16
I love my mom. She is all I have now after my dad passed away just last year. I admit that I have never been a good daughter and I want to make it all up to her. Everyday, she is growing old and weak. I want to do everything that will make her happy. She is the most selfless woman I have known and she loves us very much.
• Aurora, Missouri
28 May 16
My friend, I wish I could meet your mother. I would tell her she is wasting her time on a no account slug a-bed who only wants her because she waits on him hand and foot. I would offer to build a house for her and bring her servants to wait on her, instead! You sound much like a friend I once had on myLot, but he left this site, never to see him again. He told me about what a wonderful mother his mother was to him, always doing things for him just because she loved him.... I hope you do love your mother as much as he loved his mother! It sounds like you do, but I do have one question for you.... Have you ever told her that you know she does many things she doesn't need to do and that you love her more than she will ever believe? I hope you will not take a suggestion amiss from me.... If you haven't told her how much you love her, now might be a good time to do that! I was always my mother's favorite child. My family could tell that from the time I was born, according to them. I know she always preferred that I be the one who helped her when she wanted something done or needed someone to talk to/with. She always said I acted like a grown-up, even as a child... When I began to drive at 16, she always offered to ride along with me. She never insisted on going, but made sure I knew she would like to go... When I did ask if she wanted to go, she would be in the car and waiting before I could get out the door. Many times we drove and talked all night... My mom passed away in 2002 at the age of 82, I still miss her, my friend. (Only you know how difficult it was for me to write this.)
29 May 16
I never said - I love you mom ever... But when I saw she having bad day, I try to make her smile and help her in her works. But you know time is not always same for me as well. So sometimes, my bad mood ruin everything.... Sorry, I know you would have smiled a lot when you were remembering her and then tears would have rolled over your chicks ....
2 Jun 16
Yes they will surely going to remember them .... You know doesn't matter how long you stay with your mother... he/she do remember her once. If not ... god reminds them by hitting them with something.... ( In my country when someone hits them most of people cry - Aai ( Mom ) )