What is the importance of your MOTHER in your life?????
April 10, 2007 1:31pm CST
MOTHER is the only person in our life who truely and deeply luves and cares for us, no matter what we are and how we are steepping ahead in our lives.....I have got the Gift of Mother to me with whom I can share my joys and sorrows always.....what do you feel about your mother????? Lets share some beautiful moments spent with our mother.....Happy myLotting
• United States
10 Apr 07
My mother is my life - she is the reason that I am what I am today. My mother was there by my side as and when I needed her without judging but always supportive even of my craziest ideas... I adore my mother and let her know that as often as I can!
• United States
10 Apr 07
My mother means the world to me, and I wish that I could be with her at this very moment. My mother was diagnosed with a ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) five years ago, and I am so sad that she has been hit with all the devestating effects of this disease. I kept asking why? Why my mother, who has done nothing but protect children all her life? I know there is no answer to this question, and I know that there are so many mothers and fathers out there, who suffers from this terrible disease. The love for my mother is so strong, that I left my wonderful job at a children's rights organization in New York two years ago, so that I could go to Denmark and take care of her. I took my at the time 2 1/2-year-old son with me, and my boyfriend was left behind in New Jersey. The last two years I have helped take care of my mother, and I felt so blessed to be able to do so, but also so split because I was choosing my mother to the father of my child. My boyfriend was so grand about everything, and he flew back and forward so many times. He even agreed to have our wedding in my parents back yard, so that my mother could be there, although it meant that he would only be able to have two family members with him, as most of his family and friends are in Jamaica and the U.S. Two months ago my (now) two sons and I returned to the US, to be reunited with my husband and (their father) for good. It was such a tough decision to make, but my mother finally had a good team of helpers, and it was simply becoming too tough for me to take care of her. My mother is wheel chair bound and she cannot breathe on her own, and duirng the past two years, she has really become completely paralyzed. It hurts so much though to know that she is so far away, and that I can do nothing to make her life better. My mother is so determined and she is hanging on to life, I love her so much, and it hurts to see that she has to go through such a terrible disease.