Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Always Love Your Mother

ALWAYS Love your MOTHER
because you will never get ANOTHER.

34 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very true. We may not always see eye to eye with our mother but, she has our best interest at heart hopefully. If we are fortunate to have a mother who is truly interested in her child and not self absorbed or selfish. A real mother puts her children first in my humble opinion. You read about the other kinds, and just shudder! Hope I am never that kind to my children. Intruding, judgmental,and blind to anyone else's needs but my own.

Anonymous said...

Yea,so true. I'm still loving her despite the fact that she's no more. She has been irreplaceable! I love you mum.

Anonymous said...

I m saddend the extremes some go to, one extrne to a lost s book acct , glorifing moms and god instead of hateing by actions words and cheater beater codes its good nobody expects a irraplaceable mom, to ever be replaced because ur wisdom and pos christain givibg attitude sir is so remarkable im sure. U are wise enough owl to know that men who wants wives to replicate moma and wonen vise versa are sneaking and cheating by praise atta mom r dad to butter up while the turkey feathers betray im so glad we have found a sound true great man here thabjs again u akways have your ways of makubg me ???

Anonymous said...

yes very true 2bad my mums a evil bitch..... im the total opposite 2 her I talk 2 my kids& have always have always known there loved& were never afraid to tell me ive always told my kids that I love them <3<3<3 :)

Anonymous said...

I love my Mom so much I wish she were still here with me. but I know in my heart of hearts that I will see her again one day.These days when I hear kids being disrespectful to their mom's I just wanna scream bc I miss my mom and never in a million years would I ever disrespect my mom.I'm not saying I always agreed with her. but I would think twice b4 I ever would talk 2 her the way I hear most of these kids nowadays.Where has all the respect gone to Are there no boundaries that these kids won't cross.Most of the time society blames the fathers but its not always the fathers fault its the mothers as well, Maybe if we came together as parents and stopped blaming one another Our future generation may actually be better than the ones that passed. I'm not trying to be a smart ass I'm just being truthful. I hope I didn't offend anyone.

Anonymous said...

my mother is dying and some family members that once needed her have chosen to abandon her now when she needs them the most,maybe they will open their eyes before its to late they think they have all the time in the world but they need to rethink a little bit.............

Anonymous said...

You are so right. These days kids are disrespectful towards all adults. They seem to have no morals either. What kind of world are we living in? Is it me or is the world going crazy....to top it off they are lazy, they live with a cell phone in one hand, laptop in another, drink, smoke up, swear, dress with their pants half way down their legs, piercings, tatoos, weird hair......and yet they think they are cool, or how they put it having swag.... May God help all parents trying to teach their children morals, respect and how to become a decent citizen in society. I am 56 and to this day I have never ever disrespected my parents or any elders. May God help and bless everyone......

Anonymous said...

My Mom raised seven of us as a single Mom. There were many hardships but we all stuck together. We are all very close siblings and my Mom is 84 years young and still plays an important role in all our lives. She is for sure unique. Thank you Mom for everything you have shown all of us in life. We love you unconditionally.

Anonymous said...

Love you mom

Anonymous said...

My children don't belive this last nite my son 4 the srcond timr told me 2 lesve him alonr that he esd tired of me always asking ig he ok did u eat he had a girlfriend that has brain washed him. I don't spprove of her causr cause of all the stuff she hsd donr to him. He calles his sistets all the time when they figjt and he leaved u kno from birth I have 3 daughter 1 son I have always been there 4 them from everthing they needef I had fights with there father cause all he ser is the bad they have done snd I always belived in them never once did I make or tell them diffrent and now my son my 2 dsughters take me 4 granted speack 2 me with no respect I try but I'm the bad person they mske me fill like I'm botherin then stay out of ther lives is what they eant me 2 do snd u kno what my mother abuse me in a way and they found me tied 2 a bed and this is how my own feel about me so u tell me ehat does your sayin , RAN. CAUSE RIGJT NOW I DON'T FEELWANTED!!!!!!

Maria O said...

Mothers, are very much appreciated when they are six feet under.

Anita Richardson said...

You only get 1 mum. When she is gone, if you never realised before,you will reallise her worth when it's too late. Love you mum R.I.P x

Anita Richardson said...

I hope they did hun

Anonymous said...

I too grew up in a world where you respected your parents and knew regardless of your mistakes that they would love you unconditionally. But I never put my parents through what my 3 daughters did. They grew up in a christian home, but because their father was constantly caught cheating and addicted to porn and alcohol they lost all respect for him and his views on anything. And because I stayed for nearly 30 years and tried to keep our family whole they lost respect for me as a woman and now won't even speak to me or let me see my grandkids. To make matters worse they have no morals, steal, do drugs, won't work, live in filth and to hurt me they are now friends with their father's new girlfriend and even threw her a baby shower for the new baby she is having with him! They think I am a fool because I still have faith in GOD and that I am judging them by having morals, even though I have NEVER turned them away or spoken once to them about their lifestyle. Basically they want to live their own lives,but dictate how others are to live theirs!! I am ashamed to admit they are my children!! So when I see these pretty little quotes about loving your children I want to weep with frustration!! GOD please help us!!

Anonymous said...

My mom just passed last week. She was my best friend. She raised 3 kids without much support from my dad. I had the pleasure of caring for her for the last almost 3 years of her life. She had more dignity and grace than anybody that I have ever known. She looked past a person's faults and saw the true person. She put her own health and needs on hold to take care of others. She was my rock and one day I will be with her again. She is my guardian angel. I Love you, Mom!!

hipoldLADY said...

Children nowadays,have no respect for parents,grandparents or even their own friends.I found that out when I took in my step-grand son for a year and a half; when he reluctantly left (long story) and never said goodbye,or thanks Grandma.He left while I was out,leaving his keys on the bed for me to find. Sometimes I wonder why I even bother to help people who obviously are users.(another long story)Now he's back with mommy,where he should have been all along.( a whole other story)I should write an expose' before I die.

Anonymous said...

that is so true I would love to be able to have 5 more mins with my mum we didn't always see eye to eye but I would do any thing to have her here right now so realize now before its to late glad I did love you mum your daughter tracy-ann webster

Anonymous said...

My Mum passed over a few years ago. Funnily enough the old saying of 'What goes around comes around' are very true for me. My daughter (married with 2 boys 9 & 8) is giving me some grief just like I gave my mum. I stand there and look up to heaven and say 'sorry mum for being a right cow at times but I do love you' I say this because my daughter is doing the same to me at times now but she does love me. We are close and I love her to bits. When I look back over the years and think how I 'cheeked her back' and threw 'strops' she still loved me. When I had my daughter she would come round and do my ironing, wash up all to help me. She is always around me especially when I sew badges on for my grandsons. I could never sew straight and still can't but I always have a smile on my face because I know she laughing at my attempts at sewing. Still love you mum xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Anonymous said...

My mother passed away three years ago. but she is always in my heart.thankyou 4 being there 4 me every time I need you.thank you 4your endless love and care for us. you are the best,i could not compared you to any other mum coz you are one of a kind on this earth.I love you, not because you're my mum,,I love u coz ur my best friend too. thanks 4 understanding me and my bros.& sis.and dad too.we can't thank you enough 4 what you've done 4 us!your unconditional love in our life has made me feel secure and loved,and that is the greatest gift any mother could ever give. "I LOVE YOU MOTHER FOREVER, TILL WE MEET AGAIN." someday in heaven........

Anonymous said...

I think a lot of mothers have felt like you do right now. I have 3 grown children in their 40's now and we have had our ups and downs. The one I did the most for no longer speaks to me, lies about me, etc. I helped raise his 2 girls for 10 yrs now I don't even see them at all. He is a mean evil person and I have to let it go. I did nothing wrong My other son and daughter are very good and we are very close today. Hopefully someday they will realize you did the best you could for them. God bless and I will pray for your family.

Anonymous said...

Children, both young and old, need to remember this. What I wouldn't give to just spend a day with my Mom again....

Anonymous said...

I was blessed with a great mother, whom was able to be with us for 74 years, I miss her a lot she was not only my mother but my best friend as well, I know that not everyone is blessed with a good mother and that is sad.

lori boyd said...

My grown 38 year old son doesn't speak to me and has not acknowledged me , grandmother, great grandmother and only aunt (my identical twin sister) for over 6 years and has not allowed us to see his 2 sons that are now 14 and 11..the grandkids don't even know us and they just live down the road , they drive by my house everyday...yes they are evil and it is real sad they are teaching their kids that family doesn't matter.

Anonymous said...

very true.

Anonymous said...

I agree!!! my Mom has been gone 1 year and 3 months today and what I would give just to be with her 1 more time!!!! If you still have your Mom let her know how much you love her .My Mom would call me everyday 3,4,5,times a day and I miss those phone calls!!!

virendra shahaney said...

And also your father...

charlene youmans said...

my mother passed away over 30 yrs ago and I still miss her I remember going to see her and we would have tea and play cards we would talk on the phone every day went shopping or for lunch or bingo we did a lot of things together.. she was only 66 when she died and I thought that we would have a lot more years to spend together but that was not in the plans for her my children missed out on so much time to spend with her ,,,, so those of you who still have a mom cherish her do as much as you can with her because you will never know your loss till you see her vacant chair but know when she is gone you still have her in your heart and she will walk beside you with the Lord watching over you and your family LOVE & MISS YOU MOM

rosalinda perales said...

I still have my mom. I thank God for keeping her so healthy.My mom-the one I can trust when I need to talk too,laugh,watch movies with and have coffee with. I love you Mom. ps & espicially for all your home cooked meals ;)

Anonymous said...

I love my mom with all my heart there is nothing in this world that can replace that.

Anonymous said...

I am a 71 yr old Mother of 4. I lost my Mother 2 years ago, and it is like loosing a part of my body. She and I were friends as well as Mother and Daughter. I have a good relationship with 3 of my children, but the 4th has disown me and his siblings. He has a 16 year old daughter whom I have hardly seen. I have been robbed of a relationship with her. He won't talk about it, just wants me to leave him alone. He has no idea of the hurt he has caused our family, far more hurt than I have ever caused him. I pray God will convict him that he was placed in a family for a reason, and that family has lots of love to give. I have lost my father, my mother and a son, and now this son. It kills me to the core. I just can't understand how someone can be so cruel to just disown their Mother. I was the person who nurtured him, was there for him during the tough times of growing up, the tough times in a marriage, went to school and church functions with him, helped with homework, etc.. I feel that I have always been there for him. I think of him everyday.

Anonymous said...

l love my mom

Anonymous said...

I consider myself lucky. I still have my mom she's 74 and has Alzheimers. She still know who we are. But repeats things she has already told us. I'm dreading the day she doesn't know who I am. It will break my heart. My mom and I had our differences but I never disrespected her I was raised better than that. My parents divorced when I was 14,I'm 55 now. My dad passed about 17 yrs. ago. So I only have my mom and I treasure her. Unfortunately she lives 10 hrs. away in Tennesse so I don't get to see her as often as I want to.
As for my daughter and son. I've always shown them and told them that I love them no matter what. We've only had a couple of serious dissagreements. But never fought to the point of not speaking to each other. I would never do that to my kids. Because the way I see it. Lifes too short to fight especially with the ones you love. I made a promise to myself before I was married and had kids that no matter what my kids would never have a doubt in their minds that I loved them. So consequently they were kissed and hugged frequently.

Anonymous said...

I only wish kids know how much that a mother really loves them no matter what. But don't please mom's do not make any kind of a miss-up when the kids get grown. They will not for give you ever if you did not do nothing wrong. One day they will see they had only one mother,or grandmother but by than she may not be here to tell her that you love her do it now. Please

Anonymous said...

I lost my Mother 52 years ago(she was only 38) and i can not count how many times i have needed her, missed her and wanted to just say i love you. I am 64 years old and it pains me to think how much she could have shared in my life. Life offers us no second chances so cherish every minute you can with her even if it's a phone call a quick stop by just to say hello and I love you. Don't get caught up in every day's routines and the stress of work make a little time for her after all she made a lot of time for you.