An Interactive Twilight Experience.
But what I noticed more was the look in her eyes. The happiness and contentment. I watch as she softly rubbed her hand across her tummy and smiled.
I found myself smiling. I think I have been thinking a lot about my birth these days with my birthday coming up soon. I remembered my time in your womb. I remember as soon as I was able to understand knowing that you loved me more than life itself. I could feel your protectiveness surround me and shelter me.
I knew it was not easy for you and that my growing was causing you pain. None the less your love never faded but instead it grew stronger with each minute. I will always be connected to you in a way that not many can understand. I remember when I knew dad could hear me and he could tell you just how much I love you.
You are till this day my biggest inspiration in life. Your kindness and love is what makes you so amazing. Your strength and protectiveness for your family is what motivates me to be the best I can be. You are my guiding light and helping me to shape the woman I will be. I could never in a thousand words tell you how much I love you. I could show but even that seems not enough.
You are not only my mother but my confidant and my closet friend. You know me so well and your guidance is something I value very highly. So as I near my 5th Birthday I am just once again reminded of your love and commitment to my safety and the well being.
I know there is a saying “Nobody is perfect”. But to me that is not true because I have seen perfection and I have the honor to call her Mom.
Thank you for your love and care and protection.
I found this poem and it makes me think of you:
Relationship of Mother and Daughter
You can see it in their eyes,
in tender hugs and long good-byes,
a love that only moms and daughters know.
You can see it in their smiles,
through passing years and changing styles,
a friendship that continually seems to grow.
You can see it in their lives,
the joy each one of them derives,
in just knowing that the other one is there...
To care and to understand,
lend an ear or hold a hand,
and to celebrate the memories they share.