Happy Mothers day, again. With all my love I am more than happy to be able to reserve three days for you this month. You deserve that and much more. If I could give you the moon, I would. If I could give you endless plane rides to Mexico, I would. If I could give you a personal show to watch Vicente Fernandez, I would. One day, 24 hours, 1440 minutes, 86400 seconds, isn’t enough time to designate a day for you. You’re a mom. You pushed three kids out of you, and I ripped you! You work at a warehouse and you’re a full-time mom! I mean for crying out loud, you deserve a month! Haha. God, I love you mom.
Thank you for those sleepless nights that you put yourself through just to make sure I am okay. For playing with my hair as you repeatedly tell me that it’s going to be okay, while I am crying and slowly falling asleep. I know that you probably get at the most 5 hours of sleep, I am deeply sorry. Nonetheless, I appreciate you more than ever. I know that when I need you, you will always be there for me. Wether it’s at 3am or at 2pm, you are always there. Thank you. There isn’t enough money in the world to be able to repay you for everything that you have done for me.
God blessed me with such a beautiful mother and I am beyond thankful for him. Besides your beauty, you are an angel. You put others before yourself, even if you don’t even know them. I acknowledge that so much about you. You are kind and caring. I wish everyone was like you. You don’t judge and you are a good listener. You always look out for your family, and God knows you only have good intentions.
You did a hell of a job raising three kids. My older sister, Anabel, has grown to be a beautiful educated young lady. Thank you for making her into someone that is now and forever will be my role model. My little brother, Geronimo, is still learning everyday but he never gives up and he gets that from you. I see a little of you in my siblings and in myself. I love having you as my mother and being able to say that I am your daughter.
You are such a supportive mother who only wishes the best upon everyone. You welcomed me back home with open arms and didn’t once hesitate. You love me unconditionally. You taught me that bad outcomes only make me stronger.
You are my best friend. You know how to keep a secret and not to judge me based on my mistakes. You give some of the best advice, even though I hardly ever take it. You have stood next to me while in the hospital every single time. God knows where I’d be without such a supportive mother like you. Te quiero bien mucho.
You go everyday with strength and always hold your head up high. You have diabetes but you still conquer every day. They say superheroes don’t exist but mom, you are my hero. I aspire to be like you. You had nothing but you still managed to give me everything. You walked the hot desserts of Mexico and came to America for a better life. For your future kids who are now thanking you for everything. We may not have gold, but we have you. Your rays of sunshine make us see pass all the negatives and realize that family is all we need.
You taught me how to tie my shoes, how to speak Spanish, how to walk, how to sew, how to have faith, how to cook, how to talk, and most importantly you taught me how to love. Estas pa ti chula. I may not be in a good spot in life right now, but God gave me you. You’re that light at the end of the tunnel waiting for me with open hands. Eres la mejor.
Thank you for being such a great mother, daughter, wife, sister, aunt, cousin, stranger, etc. With you there is no such thing as a bad day. I love you and all of your positivity. You are the reason for my being, so I will live my life to make sure you keep a smile on your face. Here’s to one of the greatest mothers, I love you so much.
She makes linen garments and sells them, and supplies the merchants with sashes. She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come. She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue. She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: “Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.” Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.– Proverbs 31:24-30