And I sure know what I am talking about.
So, I am a mother, and I am old enough (62) that I don’t have a mother. Actually, it’s been 25 years since my mother passed. If that is also true for you, then trust me, I understand in ways that others cannot. It’s a singular experience that is unrelatable unless it has happened to you.
What I would like to let you know is that for Mother’s Day, if you have a mother, she would like anything you have to offer her for Mothers’ Day. If you call her, she will be happy; if you send flowers, she will be happy; if you send her a card, as long as she gets it before, she will be happy.
It is easy to make your mother happy, and it has always been this way. Remember how happy she was when you graduated kindergarten? Yes, it really is easy to make your mother happy.
You don’t get any second chances with people you love. You either let them know how you feel or you don’t.
If you don’t let your loved ones know how you feel, it is a memory that won’t be erased by either party. When your loved ones pass, nothing can change how you treated them. Nothing can change what happened before people pass away.
Mothers’ Day, it’s a small thing but, make no mistake, it has big and lasting results.