If you could give your Mother anything for Mother's Day, what would you give her?
If I would give my mother anything for Mother's Day. It would be me. All mothers want to know that they are still loved and cared about. You can go out a buy something that she likes. After a while it just gets packed away. I would give my mother memories that will stay with her forever. Memories can't be packed away and forgotten. So think of something that you can do to make her Mother's Day special. Even if it’s outside for a walk getting to know each other more then what you do now. Ask her what dreams and goals she has in life. Maybe you can help her make her goals. A friendly face and kind words makes the world go around. I would also tell her how special she is to me and why. So before you go out and buy something. Think with your heart. Don’t forget to let her know how much you love her. Mother’s do so much and the greatest enjoyment is to see their children smile.
I would give my mother financial freedom. She is not as mobile as she used to be so I would also get her a 24 hour caregiver and basically whatever else she needs to let her live the remaining years of her life carefree and in peace.
If I could give anything to my Mom on Mothers Day I would choose a personalized gift, something which i would have personally made for her with my own hands. I am good at crafts and painting so that woould not be a problem. I would also appologize to her for my wrong doings and misbehavior and promise her to be a good daughter always.
My answer lies in my latest hub dedicated to my mother for this Mother's Day.
http://hubpages.com/hub/20-Great-Ideas- … others-Day
I would give my mother satisfaction and congratulations. I would let her know that she did a good job, that her mothering was purposeful and that the life lessons she taught me, through word and deed, I have passed on to my own children.
I would give her happiness. She has everything she could want but still isn't happy. I wish I knew where her unhappiness stemmed from...
If finances didn't matter I'd buy her a house. In my present situation I find that spending time together, even in the most mundane situation, is what she wants most.
I'd give her the ability to come back for a week and spend it with my brother, so she could see the answers to the prayers she prayed for him and his family. We lost mom eight years ago, but it was only last Christmas I saw what I wish my mom could have seen -- a happy functional family enjoying their guests and being good hosts. It hadn't happened that way in many,many, years.
Good health. For most of her life, bar her first few years, when nature probably protected her with a boost from the growth hormone, she has suffered low energy, due to a blood condition. She raised six children and did a good job, in spite of her low energy levels. She's in her late eighties and how she has managed to keep going on such low levels is beyind me.
She doesn't ask for much and she is genuinely surprised if anyone does anything for her.
So has anyone got a magic wand to lend, so I could wave it over her head and have her enjoy energetic filled days and nights to come for as long as she can? Thanks for the question.
I would like to give something of her choice.
I will choose one from http://hubpages.com/hub/unique-gift-ele … ea-kettle, as she loves to have a good cup of tea any time.
by Annie 7 years ago
Why is Mother's Day so special to you?and if it not special to you.....Can you explain?A mother work is never done...so are you doing all that you can to help her on her special day.
by moonlake 3 years ago
My mother passed away last week she would have been 93 on the 5th of May. It seems strange not to pick up the phone and talk to her. She was suffering so we were glad to see her go to be with my Dad but also sorry that she was gone.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Mother's Day
by MrsHernandez 8 months ago
Who Is a mother? What make a woman a real mother?There are enough women out there having kids but still are not mothers, they just have kids because they can and because they want to, others have kids because it comes from the heart...
by gteri 8 years ago
i am a mother who had her son taken away and the controlling father got custody. where's this world coming too? mothers don't get chances anymore?
by Jack Lee 3 months ago
A well wish to all mothers. This is your day and everyday...
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