Sunday, November 30, 2008

MY MOM IS THE BEST

Hi friends, I have celebrated my 25th marriage anniversary on 24th of this month and that was a small family gathering with about 25 members, most of who traveled about 300 kilometer distance to attend it. Though I was thrilled to receive my most beloved people including my bothers, sisters in laws, bother in laws to my house, there was some thing lacking in the whole atmosphere. In the course of the function I felt it was my parent’s absence due to which I was unable to enjoy the function whole heartedly. I have seen the hardships they have gone through in bringing up us and when the time came to relax and enjoy their remaining life with their grand children, it was very late and they left us for ever. Whenever I am in the middle of happy moments, a guilty feeling is covering my mind about it. I got so many occasions to serve them but not utilized them properly. I have to live with this guilty feeling through my remaining life and believe I deserve this punishment. As a tribute to my mother and an eye opener to all those who are lucky to still have their mom around them – here is a beautiful message.

MY MOM IS THE BEST

When you were 1 year old, she fed and bathed you.
You thanked her by crying all night long.

When you were 2 year old, she taught you to walk.
You thanked her by running away when she called.

When you were 3 year old, she made all your meals with love.
You thanked her tossing your plate on the floor.

When you were 4 year old, she gave you some crayons.
You thanked her by coloring dining room table.

When you were 5 year old, she dresses you for the holidays.
You thanked her by plopping in to the nearest.

When you were 6 year old, she walked you to school.
You thanked her by screaming “I am not going”

When you were 7 year old, she bought you a base ball.
You thanked her by throwing it through the next door neighbor’s window.

When you were 8 year old, she handed you an ice cream.
You thanked her by dipping it all over your lap.

When you were 9 year old, she paid for your piano lessons.
You thanked her by never bothering to practice.

When you were 10 year old, she drove you all day, from soccer to
gymnastic, to one birthday party to another,
You thanked her by jumping out of the car and never looking back.

When you were 11 year old, she took you and your friends to the movies.
You thanked her by asking her to sit in a different row.

When you were 12 year old, she warned you not to see certain TV shows.
You thanked her by waiting until she left the house.

When you were 13, she suggested for a hair cut.
You thanked her by telling her she had no taste.

When you were 14, she paid for a month away at summer camp.
You thanked her by forgetting to write a single letter.

When you were 15, she came from home from work looking for a hug.
You thanked her by having your bedroom door locked.

When you were 16, she taught you how to drive her car
You thanked her by taking it every chance you could.

When you were 17, she was expecting an important call.
You thanked her by being on the phone all night.

When you were 18, she cried at your high school graduation.
You thanked her by staying out partying out till dawn.

When you were 19, she paid for your tuition, drove you to campus,
carried your bags.
You thanked her by saying good-bye out side the dorm, so you wouldn’t
be embarrassed in front of your friends.

When you were 20, she asked whether you were seeing any one.
You thanked her by saying “it is none of your business”

When you were 21, she suggested certain careers for your future.
You thanked her by saying “I don’t want to be like you”

When you were 22, she hugged you at your college graduation.
You thanked her by asking whether she could pay for a trip to Europe.

When you were 23, she gave you furniture for your first apartment
You thanked her by telling your friends it was ugly.

When you were 24, she met your fiancé and asked about your plans
for the future.
You thanked her by glaring and growling “muuhh-ther, please….!”

When you were 25, she helped to pay for your wedding, and she cried and
told how deeply she loved you.
You thanked her by moving halfway across the country.

When you were 30, she called with some advice on the baby.
You thanked her by her that “things are different now”

When you were 40, she called to remind you about relative’s birthday.
You thanked her by saying you were “really busy right now”

When you were 50, she fell ill and needed you to take care of her.
You thanked her by reading about the burden parents become to their
children.

And then one day, she quietly died. And every thing you never did came
crashing down like thunder on your HEART.

Hi friends,

IF SHE IS STILL AROUND, NEVER FORGET TO LOVE HER MORE
THAN EVER
AND IF SHE IS NOT AROUND, REMEMBER HER UNCONDITIONAL
LOVE AND PASS IT ON

ALWAYS REMEMBER TO LOVE THY MOTHER, BECAUSE YOU ONLY
HAVE ONE MOTHER IN YOUR LIFE TIME !!!!!!!

2 Comments:

Stephen said...

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Anonymous said...

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