Happy Mother's Day! Celebrate this special day with your loved ones :)
All you great grandmas, grandmas, mommies and mommie-to-be out there in the city of Alameda and everywhere. You should be so proud of yourselves for doing such a good job raising your kids, and for always putting our loved ones before yourselves. Only you know all those things you have done for love.
I am my mom's daughter first, and am also my two daughters' mom :)
Only after my daughters were born did I truly understand what unconditional love really means. I have been putting this believe in practice in my daily life when raising my daughters all these years, and there are definitely challenging times. But loving someone unconditionally is just what the word means —unconditional. My "reward" is having two best friends for life.
I am so grateful that my mom is still with me. She is in her 70s and in good health. She is a very traditional lady in her upbringing. Her love for me is never with words, but always by actions and by all those times she has stood by me and by all those loving things she has done for me, without expecting anything in return.
Truly loving someone is loving them ... every minute, every hour, every day and all the time ... showing them how you appreciate them always, not just doing something special for them on their birthdays or on Mother's Day.