Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Remembering my Mom

Two years ago today (actually it was Mother's Day that year) we lost my Mom, Dahlia's Nan. I can't even begin to say how much my Mother did for me and my four siblings - that post would go on forever. Her only dream was to have a large, happy family and she devoted her life to us.
I am so grateful that Dahlia got to meet her and know her a little. Dahlia would make strange with anyone new but she instantly took to my Mom and would jump in her lap with a book or let Mom teach her little songs and dances. There was such a tenderness between them - they just clicked. I love those memories - thank God for those memories!
Mom gave me many gifts - she believed I could do anything, so I did too. She gave me a soft heart and a soft spirit and a fabulous sense of really! And she gave me tenacity and ok, maybe some (some, you say?) stubbornness. And a great sense of adventure and courage.
And so much more!
No matter how old you are - your Mom is your Mom and I miss mine very much!

I love you Mommy!


Wanda said...

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3D said...

Hugs to you!

Keep smilin!

the greek chinese connection said...

Oh sweetie, what a beautiful post to honor the memory of your Mother. Even I am grateful to her for the gifts she gave you...that made you the person you are today... a true blessing in my life.

Luv you


Maya's Mommy said...

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Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

What a beautiful post! I am so glad that she got to spend time with Dahlia.....sounds like they made lots of sweet memories together!

a Tonggu Momma said...

What a blessing she was able to spend time with Dahlia, if only for a short time. Hugs to you.

Jednet said...

Such a horrific year that year. Losing two such important women in your life so close together. A scare with your hubby not long before that.....


Dita said...

She was absolutely beautiful, Wanda....and I know that for sure because so much of her lives in you.

I have a very sure feeling that she is watching with glee and reveling in what an amazing mother her incredible daughter has become!

I love you,