Describe a moment in time with your mom.
Well, I can think of many moments I have had with my loving mother. No matter how busy her life is, she always attended my sister's and my open houses at school. She would take care of us when we are sick, and above all else wants the best for us. Now that we are adults, we came to trust us in making decisions and encourage us in the process. She is an angel in disguise. It has been a year since my mom went to heaven, I strongly believe she is watching over from the skies. I realized I love her alot more now that she is gone.
May 9, 2012 6:28 pm
Like most teens, I was at odd with my mom a lot over silly things like fashion, music, homework and independence (or my perceived lack of). She wasn't overprotective, but in hindsight I realize that all the times she forbid me to go somewhere or do something that "everyone else" was doing, she was really saving me from doing something that might ruin my life later. By contrast, she'd give me some freedoms that other kids wish their mothers gave them. For instance I could stay awake and outdoors as late as I wanted in summer...as long as I stayed on my own front porch. She always stayed up to make sure nobody bothered me, but discreetly stayed inside. Other kids had to be in bed by a certain time, no matter what. In this way I leared that staying up was no big whoop, but kept me from getting into trouble by keeping me away from troublemakers.
May 20, 2012 7:49 pm
I had asthma as a child and my mom was always very patient when I was ill.
Aug 29, 2012 12:18 am