Mothers’ Day evokes memories of those hectic years raising young children. The sloppy kisses, hand made cards and the great Fishing-Opener-Mothers-Day weekends at the cabin are all part of my Mothers’ Day repertoire of happy memories.
But what is even more rewarding is to see it continue into adulthood. As my children have grown into adults, our relationship has naturally changed. They are all out own their own now, but we still enjoy each others’ company. In addition to the usual family gatherings, I’ve been extremely grateful to be able to share some special times together with each of my children.
In this case, I think pictures speak better than words.
I have my own mother to thank for the same relationship. Thinking back, one of the best things I ever did was to join her on a theater trip to London. It seemed extravagant at the time, leaving my husband and family to fend for themselves while Mom and I traveled together. But it was worth every mother-daughter minute.
Being a Mom never ends. I look forward to many more years of special times and adventures with my children and now grandchildren. I’m so glad it’s a forever thing.