My mom turned 30 today. 😉 I wanted to write her a sentimental card but I couldn’t concentrate while my two kids were crying this afternoon. So a blog it is.
My mom is a full time stay at home mom. She was always home when I returned from school and I can remember only twice when she wasn’t home. I remember I felt so odd and I just sat on the couch doing homework not knowing where she was or what was going on and looking at the clock waiting for her to come home. I think that is why I always dreamed of being a stay at home mom who packs sack lunches for the kids with cute little cards inside, to be at home when kids come home from school so I can make yummy snacks for them and talk about how their day was. My mom is the most sweet, caring, perfect, innocent, selfless person I know. She laughs like a little girl(but SUPER loud) and when she talks on the phone you can hear her clearly from another room as if she’s RIGHT next to you. She cries easily while watching movies or Korean dramas and that’s why I’m a cry baby myself. People always think I’m my mom when I answer the phone at home and when I say I’m the daughter, they are shocked and always say, “You sound exactly like your mother!”
I’ve caused her many heartaches and tears and it breaks my heart knowing that I have. I’m sorry mom. If I could go back in time, I would never do anything wrong so that I never hurt you.
You are a wonderful mother, the best mother I could’ve ever asked for and I thank God that I was so lucky to be sent to you as your daughter. I strive everyday to be more like you and to be as good of a mom as you were to me. I love you SO SO much. I will live the rest of my life attempting to pay you back, to make you happy and proud of me.
Happy birthday mom. You deserve every bit.
K why does Photobucket not have a photo size that’s in between these HUGANGOUS pictures and the last picture?