Friday, May 10, 2013

For coming mother's day;

Dear Mom;  
Are you doing fine with my brother up there. I cannot believe 13 years has passed and 3 years since your beloved son chose to be with you. I feel lucky having been born as your daughter and you had been a wonderful role model for me. Your warm words of tenderly shared my sorrow with me when I had to stop fertility treatment were still deep in my mind after 30 years. And I was happy to see you looked delighted that I could start teaching English at home after that. Children tend to learn slow your parents are always on your side p;)
Please let dad with me for a while and stare down from heaven for him. My visiting him still seems a bit of stimulation for his mental state. 




*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



Your hands which taught me many things while brought up were so precious. Still wish to stand in the kitchen together.

Thank you very much for stopping by, I'm expecting busy weekend. Wishing you all have a wonderful Mother's Day Sunday and see you next week;




15 comments:

✿ chica said...

Linda e carinhosa homenagem. Feliz dia das mães para todas! beijos,chica

Shelly said...

Oh, this is so lovely, my dear friend! I have a lump in my throat. How beautifully you expressed the deep love you have for you mom. I loved the picture of the two of you gorgeous ladies~

maddyrose said...

Dear Miyako,
What a beautiful post in honor of your mother. I miss having my mother here with me as well but would never have been able to come up with such lovely words to express my feelings. Have a wonderful weekend dear bs. Love always~

TexWisGirl said...

oh, so precious. bless you, miyako.

Tamago said...

Oh Miyako san, what a sweet, touching post! Your memory with your mom is so precious. What a wonderful mom with beautiful heart she was. Her warm words after you stopped fertility treatment must have been a big comfort for you. This is such a lovely picture. She is so beautiful!
Have a wonderful weekend, Miyako san. Happy Mother's Day.

Barbara F. said...

Such a loving, heartfelt post, Miyako. Your photo as a little girl with your mom is so adorable!! I understand how you feel, my dear friend. We have our wonderful memories, thankfully. xo

thisisme said...

Oh my dear Miyako, what a beautiful letter you have written to your dear mum. Such a beautiful photo of the two of you. I still miss my mum so much. I can imagine how supportive your mum would have been to you when you were having your fertility treatment. It's never the same when they're gone, is it? Sending you love and hugs my friend x

Claudia Moser said...

Such an emotional post, I am sure she shares the same loving feelings for you!

Michiko Johnson said...

Dearest Miyako san
I can understand in the Mother's day
with our mothers day too.
You having are beautiful picture both of you.
We have our wonderful memories with Happy Mother's Day.


Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Lovely tribute to your dear Mother! Very well written and yes, no matter if they are in heaven or still with us; they live forever in our hearts!
Hugs,
Mariette

eileeninmd said...

Lovely post and poem. A beautiful tribute to your Mom. Take care and have a happy weekend!

doodles n daydreams said...

This is a lovely post, Miyako. I particularly like the photo of you and your mother - you are very like her in looks.
Have a wonderful day.

Diana

sarah said...

Dearest Miyako san
What a emotional post it is! You had a wonderful mother. I think I'd like to thank my mother,too.
Have a lovely week!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Dear Miyako, that is such a beautiful tribute to your dear mother. She was a wise woman...there to comfort you when you needed it and letting you be independent when you could! A perfect mother. I am so glad that you are there to comfort your father and show him how much he means to you.

A wonderful post for Mother's Day (and wonderful even though I am a day late...of course it would a beautiful post to read any day -- every day!)

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

what a beautiful tribute to your mother. I'm sure you miss her every day. I can relate. I miss my mother, too.

hugs...