I just saw what she wants and then just fulfill there wish by given that thing in gifts
Yeah I'm agree with michellebanjoman ...................................
My mom has been dead for the last 12 years now...the last gift I had given her was on Mothers Day 2000 breakfast in bed ..she loved it.
It depends oh her current wish. I always pay attention to what she talks about, especially if she asks me where to buy something. I collect that info and then decide what to buy.
Sometimes it is some kind of cosmetics, sometimes jewelry and sometimes something for wear.
I guess it had been living the life she wanted for me.. I'm certain of what I wanted but last summer I did her a favor which automatically changed the path of my life! She knows that and she had been thankful )
The most special gift would be my Time and attention; valued more than anything by my mom. So often with our busy lives we, without meaning to, push our parents into the background.
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