Gang Stalking – Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers everywhere.

Happy..Happy.. Mother's Day :-)..

Mothers' Day Cake crop

Mothers’ Day Cake crop (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Happy Mother's Day Or should it be " moth...

Happy Mother’s Day Or should it be ” mothers’ “? Balloons outside the Exeter branch of Birthday on the High Street in the week before Mothering Sunday. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today is Mother’s Day here in the United States.  It’s every second Sunday in May.  I’m not going to write anything depressing today.  I just want Mothers everywhere to have a good day and enjoy it.

My mother isn’t alive any more.  She died several years ago.  And I can tell you, I miss my mother more and more every day.  It doesn’t get any easier, as the years go by, not to have my mother around.  Mother’s Day is always a day that makes me cry.  I would love to have a day to spend with my mother again.  To hold her and tell her I love her, but this is not possible. I have to accept that’s she’s died.  I want to tell you out there, who still have their mothers, to treasure them as you would gold. They’re treasures that can’t be replaced by anything material.  Mothers are special beings.  Treat them special every chance you get and tell them every day you love them.  No one can replace a mother.  No one!  So if you’re still lucky enough to enjoy the company of your mother, tell her you love her over and over.  She can’t hear it enough.  I know when my mother was alive, that’s one thing I did not do wrong.  I wasn’t the best daughter, but I always remembered when I left my mother to say “I love you, mom”.  You never know when your mother will die, so don’t take her for granted.

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers everywhere  in  the world.  You are national treasures.  I send my love to every one of you.

And to my mother, wherever she is:  Mom, I love and miss you. Thanks for everything you did for me.

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