Day 3 – Someone you’re grateful for

My mom. Can’t even stress enough. In between being a superwoman, a tough cookie, and a cancer survivor.. she is the best mother I could ever ask for. It’s weird how now that I am way older it’s harder for me to part with my parents. That every emotion I feel is more magnified now when it comes to my relationship with them compared to when I was much younger. Now I don’t want to disappoint them, as much as possible I want to be always be there for them as much as they have provided me this much while growing up. Some may think I am too attached (even though my dad is far away), but a great relationship with your parents is something that should not be taken for granted.


  1. Mimi Gonzales
    August 14, 2015

    I agree with you. My mom and I weren’t really close few years back, but look at us now! We’re still working it out but at least our communication is great this time. 🙂 I’m thankful my parents are very supportive of what I do. Fortunately, there are still people like you who really appreciate their moms.

    August 17, 2015

    I would have to agree! A great relationship with your parents is something that really has to be treasured. 🙂

  3. Me and my mom are so close that we argue all the time. lol. We were so honest with each other that sometimes it would lead to arguments but she’s my hero. EVen though we have different views on things.

  4. Charles Ravndal
    August 21, 2015

    Sadly, I don’t really have a relationship with my parents. Our relationship is more businesslike in a sense. I’m grateful for my husband because he brought me back to life. And he made me feel like I’m worth something. A feeling I never got from my biological parents.


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