Friday, May 11, 2012

Mother's Day♪

Hello Mom,
12 years has passed since you have gone to heaven. I cannot forget  March of the year 2,000.  However, I know how you bravely fought against the cancer about a year. I really am proud of you and glad to be born as your daughter.
I will visit you and bro at the grave yard with carnations on Sunday. Are you two peacefully together in heaven? We will have memorial service this fall; for you the 12th  anniversary and the 2th for bro. I think this will be the last big event for you two, I decided to follow your sister's advice.  Will you please give me some more time to take father with you. 
I was really happy to see you in my dream at the beginning of this month. I know you came to see me and wanted to say take good care of father. I am doing fine myself, glad to see your delightful look. 

*Mother's Hand
Dear gentle hands have stroked my hair
And cooled my brow,
Soft hands that pressed me close
And seemed to know somehow
Those fleeting moods and erring thoughts
That cloud me day,
Which quickly melt beneath their suffrage
And pass away.

No other balm for earthly pain
Is half so sure,
No sweet caress as filled with love
Nor half so pure.
No other sould so close akin that understands,
No touch that brings such perfect peas as Mother's hands.
-- W. Dayton Wedgefarth
 

15 comments:

Shelly said...

Oh, dear fried Miyako, I have a big lump in my hroat reading those. So very moving- you homor your precious mom so very well. I know she must have been so very proud of you. Blessings, my friend!

lyndylou said...

What a lovely post dedicated to your mum. It is so very hard to be without your loved ones. It has been 6 years since my mum died and I miss her every day. Thinking of you (((hugs)))

Ellie said...

What a lovely post - it brought a huge lump to my throat. Take care and I'm sending you lots of hugs. :)

maddyrose said...

Beautiful post to honor your mother. This holiday is hard for those us who have lost our mother. I lost mine in 2006 and lost my mother-in-law last year. I'm sure they are in heaven looking down at us knowing how much they are loved and missed. Have a lovely weekend my bs. Love always, Maddy

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
What a beautiful, almost poetic contribution to your Mother! She will be so proud of you in heaven. HER daughter, speaking about her Mother in the foreign English language and SO WELL!
A big hug to you and thanks for being such a loving and caring person.
Mariette

Belle said...

I was deeply moved by your tribute to your mother. How wonderful to see her in a dream. God bless, dear friend.

Barbara F. said...

Miyako, this is a beautiful and loving tribute to your Mom. She must have been a very special Lady, to raise a wonderful daughter like you, So sweet, kind, and caring. The world needs more people like you in it! ((hugs)) xo

Eva Ason said...

What a beautiful post for your mother, Miyako. And how nice to see her in your dreams.
Have a lovely weekend My friend!

Eva

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

that was a beautiful post and tribute to your mother. you speak and write the english language so well. she is probably smiling down at you, very proud of the woman that you have become.

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

that was a beautiful post and tribute to your mother. you speak and write the english language so well. she is probably smiling down at you, very proud of the woman that you have become.

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

that was a beautiful post and tribute to your mother. you speak and write the english language so well. she is probably smiling down at you, very proud of the woman that you have become.

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Mikayo,

what a lovely tribute to your dear mum.

Take care of yourself.

x Fiona

Tooki said...

So lovely, Miyako. A lovely tribute to your Mom and also, brother.

Mina said...

This is so beautiful my sweet Miyako. I know your mother embraced every word and feeling. You are very special person.

Hawa Cookiemom said...

Such a wonderful tribute to your mother...