BLOGSPOT: Happy Mother's Day to all of the moms out there

Ellen Mills
May 15, 2017

Although the challenges can not be ignored, they find comfort in the decisions they made and, most often, grateful for the gifts the child brings to the family. I don't fall over so much anymore, but I'll always need my mom. It's a priceless gem to society when it's done well.

Mothers lead the next generation of leaders of business, communities and nations. No better way to spend a day dedicated to the one who brought life to the worst hackers, the greatest golfers and everyone between, even if it's just brunch at the local country club.

It could help to remember that no matter your mothering situation, Mother's Day in its original creation was actually an effort for world peace. You can write a short note describing your feeling or a small poem about Mother's Day. It is said that all mothers are equal and celebrity mothers are not an exception. So that became her response to me every time in her a year ago "I loved you first". That is what Mother's Day is all about.

SHE is in charge of groceries, kitchen, household concerns and budgeting funds for the entire family. So it is time that we realize her significance in our well being that is driving force that is nourishing and ever loving. And whoever she might be, whether a birth mother, a mother through adoption, a step-mother or any other woman who's earned that cherished title, she's a unique individual. People across the globe celebrate the unconditional love of a mother that is showered upon us each day.

So to all our moms, I say a heartfelt Happy Mother's Day. Mother is the first teacher.

My Mum has always been there for me and I don't know about her but one of my biggest fears is the day she won't be around.

There are things she cautioned us not to do right from childhood and all these years later, I still hear her voice and even when she's miles away, I find myself not doing what she said wasn't right. Most days I feel that I'm old enough to make good decisions so thanks for giving me the pros and cons of every decision I make.

My mother is always with us all the time. What incredible strength mothers have, what profound love, what deep mercy and compassion.

If you've had a child die, you're still a mom, whether or not you have any other children. (My parents divorced many years earlier.) She talked about the life she wanted for me, and although we differed on that to some extent, I know she would be proud of the person I am today. "Otherwise, I'm a happy mom!" she said.

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