I believe all will answer yes to my question. Mother is a special person in everybody's life. I can't imagine a single moment without my mother. But to be more practical I know in all likelihood she will die before me. Don't know how life would be after her. I never want to lose my mother but its not in our hands. Love to hear from fellow hubbers about the special lady in their life, Mother.
I love my mother and if she wasn't here on earth i would be alone. She is only 20 years older than me so i still have a long time to live with her.
I adore my mother, but we have had our ups and downs since I was a teenager.
When I was a child I worshiped her, because she showed my siblings and me complete love. She never said the words she just did everything possible for us. Her love felt like a warm blanket protecting me from the cold in our home.
I never want to be without my mother. I would rather I leave this earth before she does. Still, I always want the chance to make up with her if we disagree on something.
I just truly love her and my great memories of her are the ones that always bring a smile on my face.
It has been more than 24 hours of posting this forum thread. I was expecting good response to this thread. But I believe it has some how missed the eyes of fellow hubbers. I hope you respond to the thread and know the world know how much you care about your mother.
Yes, I love my mother! She has always been a rock of solid Faith and love.
She doesn't live near me anymore, and I miss the long personal talks we used to have. She always tried to understand and help with my problems no matter what, and she did it with a good mixture of honest criticism and lack of condemnation. I miss the hugs and that beautiful smile in the mornings.
She's now in her 80's and disabled mentally with Alzheimer's, but her heart remains steady with the Lord and with her family even though she doesn't even remember us most of the time.
Such is life. But such is belief in her God too. Her life is not so much a testament to human strength as it is a testament to how powerful our God is.
We are not perfect, but we serve a perfect God.
That's my Mom; that's her legacy. I cannot mention her life without giving credit to the Lord; it's that simple.
sid_candid, you said you don't know how life would be after your mother's gone.
What I know is that after mine is gone, I hope to be a rock just like she is.
I love my mother and although she passed away some 40 years ago, she is still and will always be with me.
The relationship between loving mothers and their kids is so universal and unique, maybe people don't find enough controversy in the subject to flock to this thread the way they flock to the religious or politics threads that have so much controversy.
I'm among those who loved my mother and couldn't even believe what was happening when it was clear she wasn't going to live much longer. Losing her was horrible, but I guess Nature equips us (at least to some degree) with that disbelief and numbness when something happens to our mother. When it happens, we tend to find some thought that makes us feel a little better, and we hang onto that thought. For me ("weird thought" as this may seem to be), it was always reminding myself that my mother got through her life without ever losing one of her children. That, in itself, made her life, in my opinion, all anyone would ever hope to have.
I don't want to promote this but everytime I think about my mom, I cry. I miss her.
http: - hubpages.com - Happy-Mothers-Day-I-love-you-Mom
this was nice http://hubpages.com/hub/Happy-Mothers-D … ve-you-Mom
I never had a chance to tell my mom that I love her very much. Now she is not in this world and I cannot tell her that.
Sure you can tell her. I tell my mom every day that I love her and I know she hears me. I feel her presence all around me all the time. Home Girl, tell your mother you love her, she will appreciate it and it will make you feel good inside.
Yes, HomeGirl, she knows, she is with you all the time. I believe that. My mother was never close to me, I found out she died in an online obituary. But I understand the relationship others have with their moms.
It saddened me reading your post but surely you don't want that to happen to your kids being a mother. You still have time for your kids and make the most of it.
LOL OMG, you crack me up. I don't even know how to respond to that but I love it...
were you ever single? I really have doubt
i was single less than 3 years ago my friend...
then it was time to settle down and have enough kids to guarantee there will be enough people around to carry my casket
how is the latest one? r u still teaching him SEO?
he is teaching me...
how to get up every hour and a half and drive one's parents crazy
wait, but he didn't teach you to drive fellow hubbers crazy. Seems like you are a very practical student and applying yourself everywhere
give some kisses to your kiddi from me ,i love kids
lmao! In my travels this year a couple of 20 yr olds asked me to go home with them and play dirty step mum... lol, yeah sure, let me just cook you a wholesome meal first
Without a doubt in my head I can confirm that I love my mother
No. As a kid I know I wanted to... but really, there was just too much violence from both parents, her mental illness, and general fear and b-s from day to day, and it just eroded the innocence that would make it possible to feel that. Both parents died quite recently, which was sad. I felt sorry for them - and sorry for me. It's very different with the family I have created.
I love my mother in a very protective way. My love for her has grown along with my understanding and admiration when I became a mother myself and when I got sober. I wish I had had more time with her after I FINALLY understood her. But I got one year and that was good.
Can't bring her back, but I can carry the many things she taught me. And I really like to imagine her delightful New England accent and throaty voice saying, "Shut the damned dahr (door)!"
My mother & I have always had a distance between us-but I have always loved her and admire the beauty within her. I remember as a child fighting to hold her hand as as we walked through a grocery store- or wishing I would get sick just so she would sit and talk with me for awhile and run her fingers through my hair.
Even now that I am a mother- I still get a tugging feeling to call her when I am worried, sick, scared, excited or just need to talk... but I am paralyzed- for example I have been in the hospital twice over the past ten dayss, I have yet to tell her and probably will keep my health issues to myself even though I wish i had her to hold me in the moments fear overtakes me.
I still apoligize to her for things which I did 10-15 years ago that caused her pain-and still long for the moment she can tell me she is proud of who I have become. But the wall remains, and I am still searching for away to have her see me- believe in me, and perhaps wrap her arms around me to give me the sence of love and peace iRecall feeling the half a dozen meaningful e mbraces we've shared. But for now, I'm giving my children all I am and hope they feel my love.
Wow that was an outpour of emotions- sorry, meant to say yes I love my mom and need her love as much today as I did as a child.
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