Sunday, May 10, 2009

{Insert My Mother's Full Name Here}

First, I'd like to wish all mothers and mother's-to-be a wonderful Mother's Day. Thank you for the gift of humanity Queens. We'd be no where without you, literally.


I'm dedicating this entry to my mother (I feel as if I should put her full name here, but I'm not going to put her on blast in cyberspace, pa-lease). 

Anywho, I love my mother, mom, madre, "Sher" (as I like to call her). I was just telling my best-friend: "you know how when some people go to church and get overwhelmed with love and appreciation for God, they might start crying...I do the same with my mother."  At any given tme, if I sit and think of all the amazing things my mother has done, said, shown, sacrificed etc, I will begin to cry. 

I don't know how/when it happened but I think our love has been reciprocated. The way a mother loves a child is now child to mother- on the same level, if not same VERY close. She is: my best-friend, my confidante, my supporter, my #1 fan, my teacher, ears that listen, shoulder to lean on, arms that embrace, door that's always open, hand always willing to help, Queen, selfless, giving, nurturing, under(over)standing, energy, wisdom, love. My mother. She just IS. 

I am forever grateful that she and I were paired up in this lifetime to change each other's lives. There is ABSOLUTELY NO relationship/spiritual connection comparable to that of a mother and a daughter, ours in no exception.

Mom if you are reading this, I LOVE YOU DEARLY.  WORDS CAN'T DESCRIBE HOW MUCH.

..::started crying::..


PostQuote: "The reward for doing well is doing well" -Mi madre!

..::While typing this entry I was listening to this. Gets me EVVVVERYtime::..


  1. I am at once humbled and overwhelmed...and crying too. Thank you for being you. I love you fiercely and without boundaries. I am grateful to God for you because through you I am able to see my raison d’ĂȘtre. Besides the eternal question that’s been asked by almost everyone (Why am I here?), if you are a Mother, it is likely that you have asked another question…Have I done a good job with the awesome responsibility I have been given to care for and nurture another human being and create a sound foundation for the future? Well, on this Mother’s day, you have given me reason to believe that I’m not doing so badly after all. I am forever grateful for that. I am immensely proud of the woman/human being you are.


  2. 'young' lady you better inherit all the selfness that appears to be the heartbeat of your moms...i love this daughter's geography...i absolutely do.